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... shirt which explained the difficulty in supply.
The striking part of that is, as ever, we wonder how any assistant in Newcastle would be able to react if someone came in speaking French?
All very pleasant and we returned on the train for tea in Obernai.
We are now definitely on the final part of the trip with our German visits and the imminent return to the UK which Liz is keen on, myself, less so.
This is a bit of a non-site as it's a means to an end:
Stopping place on our way to relatives and friends in Germany, time to stock up with wine and the last city to get the “once over”, Strasbourg, also a hotbed of EU activity which will become important as Dave, not our Dave) goes about getting an Extra Couple of Sausages (Copyright Dallheimers) for the UK or England if we don't have a happy family any more.
On arrival, ...
... was a market on which was very interesting. The food hawkers would fill bags with food stuffs calling out as they added each item then try and sell the bag. A bag is fruit and vegetables for €15, cheeses but unsure of the bag price, cured meats for €20. Peter enjoyed a stop at the lolly stall, then was able to purchase a replacement belt. As we walked back to where we started a large crowd had formed and two guys were serving beer from a barrel ...
... so French-y, and I liked looking at the pastries in particular. There's this part of the city that's called Petite-France, originally slaughter houses & tanning-houses. Hence the roofs were really big so as to increase the surface area to dry the skins. Walked around for a bit then had lunch by the canals which was pretty ...
... meal with a German family, ANNYA RIEDER, and her daughter SELINE, A 18 year old. They showed us their three bedroom flat, over 100 years old, and they had a wonderful dinner prepared for us of sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, bratwurst and meatballs and salad. This was very enjoyable to experience a German family and how they live. We left about 9 pm for the boat.