Hotel Restaurant les Pins
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Our final day in Baden Baden (Bath Bath) and we were looking forward to going to one of the many thermal spas that this city is famous for. We chose the Caracalla Therme and for three hours (!) we luxuriated in the various spas and aromatic steam bath. Caracalla thermal waters is not a recent phenomenon, because around 2000 years ago ...
... meal - where I tasted goose for the first time. Yes, I know ! - food again. But as someone pointed out, this could be a gastonomic tour for us :) Anyway, with red cabbage, knoedel, and goose with almonds and dried fruits in a stuffing/sauce, this meal was memorably delicious. Goose is a specialty, usually reserved for Christmas. So our festive season has begun!! The restaurant/guest house where we dined had a ...
Another absolutely breathtakingly beautiful day in Baden Baden with blue skies, sunshine, crisp air and a temperature of 18 degrees! The autumn leaves are just stunning and everywhere you turn there is another photo to be had. However, the camera simply can't do justice to God's handiwork and we are loving the fact that the leaves on the trees have held on a little just until we could come here and appreciate such a spectacle. Today we visited ...
... Bachs Klavierkonzerte with 4 pianos! I am particularly looking forward to it! This area is noted for its thermal spas and we found several on our walk. Most shops are closed today - we don't know why?!? We thought Saturday would be busy, but we were wrong. However, we did find all the restaurants and Konditerei (bakeries) were open! We seem to have a knack for finding these - ...
Two sweet nights spent in Strasbourg, staying with a friend I met on exchange in Japan. As I've probably mentioned in earlier blog entries, I'm so lucky to have gone on that exchange, for I've met such wonderfully friendly people. Many of them I haven't seen in the 5 years since I returned home from Japan, but meeting up with them now is as familiar and easy as if I was popping into their dorm room for a cuppa or wandering the streets of ...