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Travel Blogs from St-Dizier
... by-pass this opportunity. Dar was very worried about micro-organisms (the unclean kind), Cindy was not liking the idea of being naked around others and Don didn't want to show anyone up! I, I really don't like to see myself naked, how could I impose that on others...
So we shopped for mittens and hats and warm layers and then went to the Biergarten! Mittens and hats you ask? Yes, we are off ...
... hills surrounding Gengenbach and soon after achieving the summit we came upon a delightful little chapel, built rather like a cave with room for only three or four people, at a little place called Abtsberg. We decended through forests and farmland before crossing the valley and walking back on the otherside. The last half kilometre was along a road and as we walked Geoff became increasingly excited as vintage car ...
... pilgamage and had cured various people over the years. Inside was an impressive rococo reredos which for once didn't overpower the senses but fitted well with the tall white walls. The atmosphere was beautifully enhanced by an organist who was both playing and singing.It was a pleasure to stop and be still, captivated by the music. On completing her practise session and decending from the organ loft we met the musician. She was a small plump middle aged woman ...
... is self opening and as I struggle to open my manual affair he looks insufferably smug and dry.
After stocking up on essentials we head back for a leisurely lunch and an afternoon trip to the old town of Haslach.
Haslach is a typical Black Forest town with its black and white houses with sloping roofs, What makes it different are the little statues that are interspersed all over the town. ...
... of Strasbourg. We orginally wanted to do a stop over at Ulm to break up the long journey (and the site does amazing pizzas) but on the road we decided to try and head straight to the park as the weather looked better for Saturday. The journey was long lots of German road works, the German roads seem to have worsen since our Italy trip where we hit no congestion at all! We arrived at a site 4KM outside of the theme park, the ...
Other places to stay in St-Dizier
Route de Bar-Le-Duc, St-Dizier | 3 star hotelfrom $57
31 Mail Roland Garros, St-Dizier | 2 star hotelfrom $52
62 Rue Gambetta, St-Dizier | 3 star hotelfrom $93
15 avenue de Verdun, St-Dizier | Hotelfrom $26
32 Avenue de Verdun, St-Dizier | 2 star hotelfrom $55