Kyriad Strasbourg Lingolsheim
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Yes, it had to be done and we did it. We finished our list of things to see and departed Lahr this morning but not before checking out where the Canadian Casserne was (my work place, the schools and the CANEX grocery store/department store). We also found what was the Officer's Mess which is now apparently serving as a home for social welfare types (if I understood correctly). ...
... Tim - bring back memories? Anyway, the photos are all captioned so I won't elaborate further.
The day was so beautiful, we decided to take another stab at France - this time in the daylight and a plan for lunch and return for another night in Lahr. Tomorrow night we will head into the Black Forest around Triberg or Wolfach to spend Tuesday night. We took the lock bridge over the ...
... was superb but it was getting on an we thought we would try to get to Obernai, a very quaint town some 32 km south-west. The long and the short of it was that we got there after dark and try to find a pension in the dark in a town crawling with - you guessed it - those damned tourists!!! We tried a few other nearby towns but alas gave up in frustration and headed for ...
... there it was closed. Back to Brig and taking the car-train at the Lotschberg Tunnel and on to Grindelwald for the night. Unfortunately the clouds were hanging low over the mountains so we couldn't see the tops.
Maybe tomorrow we might see Jungfrau and or the Eiger, a 13,000ft mountain overlooking the village.
When we got up this morning the tops of the mountains were clear and we could see the tops ...
The final thing we did on Sunday was drive along the scenic road that winds up and through the Black Forest. Germans call this the Schwarldhochstraße, we called it the scenic road as the former is a bit difficult to pronounce. It was really beautiful, and winded about 60 km up to the highest elevation ...