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... town. Next we visited the Faberge museum and this was fantastic. We had a girl from Russia explain the collection. It all belongs to a wealthy Russian (VERY wealthy) And he houses it in Baden Baden because it is more secure there. I cannot imagine what it all would be worth. Unfortunately we could not take any photos. Had another hour or two in the thermal spa then relaxed dinner at an Italian restaurant. Love ...
Now - A Guest Report from...Joan. She and James took advantage of the spa in Baden-Baden and had this to say:
One of the big attractions in Baden Baden is the Caracalla thermal baths. There is another older spa that is swimsuit optional, but James and I chose the "swimsuit required for most of it". It's the one- called the Caracalla spa. It's like a water park for adults.
We checked in, got our electronic ...
Quick **** stop at some horrible rest stop. Angel went in first and I watched three blokes go in, then turn straight round and **** in the bushes. So I followed suit. Angela confirmed their terrible-ness. 172 miles down we've built up some extra contingency time with a fast first stint. Average speed over that 73mph, just under 50mpg. Can't be ...
... dark passageway and found ourselves in a small stone grotto with a dozen or so people sitting on benches listening to a small jazz quartet. The piece ended, some announcement was made in German and everyone got up and filed out down another dim passageway. Like Alice following the White Rabbit, we attached ourselves to the end of the line and found ourselves walking through a long series of black-lit stone passages that ...
... the F˘ret de Robertsau at the beginning and from Drusenheim to Seltz at the end were the most pleasant parts. We went through a few tidy little towns, Offendorf, Herrlisheim, and Drusenheim but they had none of the charm of the French towns in other areas. Sections of greenspace were interpersed with industry, primarily the aforementioned gravel crushing operations whose proximity to the Rhine allows the product to be loaded ...