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... we had another degustation dinner as follows: Shot of Sweet Corn Soup with Whiskey Smoked Duck Breast on Cumberland Sauce with Salad Bouquet Cream of White Asparagus Soup Pan Fried Filet of Pike Perch on Riesling Risotto & Parsley Sauce Passionfruit Sorbet Pink Roasted Lamb Rack on Bacon Lentil, Gratinated Polenta,Thyme Sauce Chocolate Soufflé on Strawberry Coulis Petit Fours International Cheese and Fruits Today is again a fine day and the ...
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I am hoping there is more good than evil in our world but at the moment you could be forgiven for thinking it is about 50-50.
Ya dus is der namen of The Roman Style mineral baths that have made this place famous, if not world wide, then certainly through Europe.It has been operating for 125 years so just to be inside this magnificent old building was worth the visit. The place certainly has a charm ...
After a trip to Colmar France, we stopped at the midway point back home at Baden Baden. We had afternoon tea at the hotel and then explored the Casino, Theater, and beautiful surroundings. We spent the afternoon relaxing at the Caracalla Therme Baths. One thing I've learned how to do since being in Europe is to disconnect on the weekends and enjoy life and Baden Baden is the place to do ...
... about how it is run (going vegan completely would work best of course!!!!). They have a happy hour special, massive pizza for the price of normal size, so we got one of those. These pizzas BLEW OUR MINDS! They were amazing, fantastic, unbelievably good!! Also on offer are vegan pizza rolls (little pizza dough rolls with Wilmersburger cheese and spinach) and vegan lasagne and other pastas. They also deliver all around the city too. So…we ended up going to ...
... only was it warm, breakfast was included and the ingredients for lunch were also available. My previous recollections of German hostels as being expensive institutional barns were dispelled. Barachan was both fabulous and cheap.
The wine villages tended to traditionally shaped houses on the old winding street layout; very charming. In fact at one there was a traditional fair with a brass band, wurst, wine and beer. At lunch time ...