Le Rapp Hotel
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... 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 ...
... here: how do you find the best spots to camp? It's easy! Just follow the signs! A good sign is "Chemin privée, défense d'entrer" a very good sign is "Camping interdit". These are the best areas to pitch your tent and have a nice quiet night at a beautiful lake, river or channel.
That's what we found at this "Plan d' Eau".
The night was not too cold and we had a good 10 hours sleep. ...
... br> even have natural hot springs and outdoor spas. You can see these,
called Bachle, in one of the pictures. We never did figure out where all
of the people were that allegedly had all of the hotels in Freiburg
booked over the weekend. Could have been they were in church, unlike us
heathens. So we weren't extremely impressed with Freiburg, and soon
headed back north to drive the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse (or the Black
Forest scenic route) on ...
... our first walk, but couldn't find it. So she settled for an ice cream bar at a small bar next to our hotel.
Back in our hotel room and looking down at the street, it felt like you were on a Hollywood backlot, with the typical French buildings, the lights at the corners of the buildings, people strolling around. Hollywood has to get that look and feel from somewhere, and here it is.
Tomorrow: Exploring Colmar and neighboring Alsatian towns.