Les Pres d'Ondine
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... in Europe. Back to our car and on to Stuttgart to our Ibis Hotel by the airport. Mucki and Wolfgang had dropped off our red and blue backpacks on the weekend. We now have all our luggage again. We farewelled Katrin and Wolfgang at 6pm, they still had a 2.5 hr drive to get home. Ron and I bought food in the Leidl Supermarket next to our hotel and ate it in our ...
... in other countries. Fun to see curious variety and packaging that we don't see at home. Baden-Baden is also known for its thermal baths and is a high-end shopping extravaganza. What fun to wander the streets of Baden-Baden and dream of shopping at the high-end boutiques... :) Baden-Baden was our launch to a day of driving in the scenic Schwarzwald Hachstrasse (or Black Forest Scenic Drive). One mustn't miss this, no matter what the weather. ...
The first full day that I was here, we made a trip to the nearby town of Offenburg, which also has a lovely old town area in which to wander, and enjoyed looking around in the shops, wandering to the local orthotics maker (where I had my feet tickled with amazing technology), and then the three of us had lunch in at a favourite spot in a lovely cobblestoned area. Offenburg is close ...
... I imagine of the Alps which lay so tantalisingly close to here. Today we drove up to 4000ft (our camp by the lake is marginally below 3000ft) and the peaks, if that is even the right word, simply gave out lush pasture land for the dairy producers. No rugged hill farming for sheep here, indeed we are yet to even see French lambs. But the views are stunning and there almost seems a lake around every corner, at least to look down upon. That should make it ...
... of been on any other day!! We finished weaving through some towns and reached Neuf- Brisach, it's a strange, medieval town built in an octagon shape with massive walls for protection against the Germans apparently in the olden days, very nice though. We've been helped out by lots of friendly people today: the mad English lady showing us the bike shop, the guy in the bike shop fixing the bike and not charging us, a very eccentric ...