Hotel Restaurant les Pins
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got to sleep in this morning. We decided to have breakfast at 9.00 am. This was a little different as breakfast was served to us at the table. We had fresh orange juice, fruit, breads, cheeses and bacon and eggs. Packed the car after breakfast and went for a walk through the of town. Cars are not allowed in the old city. Strolled around for an hour of so and finally left Rhien Falls around 12.00 after a quick detour to the ...
... a Saturday was quite amazing. This continued through the whole city and the roads were not jam packed with cars making the ambience much better.
There are plenty of the usual shopping areas but parks, green spaces and riverside quays abound. We decided to take the boat trip (approx 70 mins) which takes you round the old city, up to the area of the European Parliament and Court of Human Rights (how we love them ...
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, ...
... at the use of solar panels in Germany. It is common to see the whole roof of a house or commercial building covered with panels. I missed taking a photo of the Aldi shop in Achern which had a full window of data concerning their power generation from the panels on the roof. One building we counted had four rows of thirty six panels and then there were four shorter rows as well. I wonder if they get any sun at all in the winter but you would think with ...
... 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 ...