Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Banquet room
- Room service
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The day started as usual. Checking if the outer tent is wet. It is. That's why tents have an outer layer.
We packed as usual at our beautiful spot and hit the road to catch up after the slow days behind.
We followed a couple of small streets and bike trails in the middle of nowhere. There were not a lot of trees or forest and we cycled up and down about a million little hills. ...
... was pretty much spent doing admin, and buying another layer of clothing. The last few days kind of gave us a bit of a fright with the cold. .
Naturally we also had to heal our various aches and pains. My ankle wasn't really playing along.
The second night, Meike convinced me to cook, and a small dinner party with a ...
... dropping our bags at the station, we set off exploring. This time we went into the lower part of town, into the gardens. They were so well looked after and was a great way to spend a few hours. Only down side was the walk back up the hill to town. We had a late lunch at a small restaurant that made fresh sandwiches. After lunch we went into the casemates. They are underground tunnels that were using as a level of defence during ...
... as we wanted to go to a medieval town called Fénétrange but it was 6 kilometres inland so we were not sure how to get there.
We set off, the weather was very pleasant and the scenery of mixed farming.
When we got to Mittersheim, we found a finger pontoon mooring with electric and water. There are no mooring charges here so you just pay for the electric and water which is brilliant. The €2 euro coin we put in ...
... past few days, but it was the Monday before our departure, and I wasn’t feeling prepared. I was in the process of going through a pile of "scrapbook" materials (things like train tickets, brochures from attractions we’d visited, city maps for places we’d stayed: you know the sort of thing I’m talking about) trying to weed down to what I might actually use in the forthcoming scrapbooks of our adventures ...