Mercure Hotel Freiburg am Muenster
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... I mention the dessert of vanilla ice cream with whipped cream and hot raspberry sauce - OMG - to die for!!!!
Then we waddled back to the accommodation telling ourselves that we can't keep eating like this. Truth is, we sort of say this every day. Thanks for the comments from those that do. For those that don't, your off our Xmas card list LOL.
... neat as Rothenburg or Bernkastel. We walked the cobble-stoned streets before heading back to Lahr and an attempt to find the old Canadian casserne we I worked during both of my stays in Lahr (1978-80 and 1988-91). We found it but the light was not good enough for pictures. Tomorrow before we depart Lahr, we will stop by for some photos.
The awesome trip continues - enjoy 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 ...
... The Furka Pass is closed due to the early snow but the car train goes through. I had never seen one of these before but it is like a long flatbed car in between 2 engines and we had the opportunity to take it. You stay in your car as you travel through the tunnel -- it was neat.
Once we got off the train the scenery was beautiful and it has warmed up with the sun shining.
Eric wanted to drive through the Grimselpass and when ...
... waiting for clothes to dry). A quick coffee and we said our farewell to Raul. By now it is midday as we set direction out of rainy Stuttgart to the Lichtenstein Castle. Built in 1842, it was inspired by a novel. It clings to the side of a vertical cliff and interestingly was used as a hunting lodge rather than a fortress. True Disney castle with towers soaring skyward and all the bling including drawbridge and moat. We decided to join a tour of the inside, rather than only explore ...