L'Hotel Restaurant de la Couronne
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... the end of the many road works!
Not feeling like spending the day studying and having a weekend off, I hitched a ride with the crew over the border into France. I haven't been in 2 years and given that it is only 2 hours away, I thought why not. After all with my semester ticket it is included, even though if the 100km journey takes twice as long as by car.
Man, we were so tired today that we could barely drag ourselves out of bed. In fact I don't think we got up until about 11.00am. Lyndon and I did manage to leave the house to buy food but that was all. Being such a lazy day we even had time to go through all 300 TV stations to double check for English shows and what ...
... it? I don’t like the ones that do a loop’ and with fingers crossed behind our backs we replied ‘ummm, no buddy, I’m sure it doesn’t do a loop.’ We then focused all of our efforts on trying to keep him facing away from the coaster. Again another futile effort and soon his eyes were popping out of his head and he started to look a bit white. Yes, we had lied to our child, there was in fact a loop …. but we really, really wanted to go ...
As we were driving we actually spotted an Italian restaurant out the window so we decided to call in a check it out. As I had already driven past it Lyndon and the kids jumped out to have a look at the menu out the front and when they were satisfied that we would all eat there they called me back. As it was a pretty quiet street and there wasn't anywhere to do a u-turn I decided that it would be just as easy to back the car down the street and then ...
... picking orders for sports goods in a French company speaking German before! I don't think there will be too much pressure, after all they aren't paying me to think.
I rode my bike down to Schwetzingen to sign the paperwork and get my safety boots etc and to catch up with Lin. We did a short walk around the town making note of the antique shops and a peculiar hotel called the Central Hotel which had 3 Statue of Liberties and various other wacky ...