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... up for two nights, and also show us around. This proved to be fascinating, and Peter could easily get a job as a local tour guide!
Basel is a very old town, with many buildings going back five and six centuries, but still in use as houses, shops or offices, and still in remarkably good condition. Peter took us to a local pub for lunch during our tour of the town, where we enjoyed some typical local ...
So what did we do today? We went to three different countries, yes just TODAY! :) Sarah and Martin took us on a three country tour of Germany, France, and Switzerland. We started in Switzerland of course, then went to Germany and had a great lunch at a cute little restaurant. We tried both French and German Cuisine, then had Gelato of course!
We drove by the Black Forest and then found an old castle on a hill ...
... We saw the bridge over the Rhine and were they used to throw "witches" off the bridge during the European witch hunts a few hundred years ago. She showed us the monastary and said we were lucky that we got to see it without scaffolding because they're usually doint some type of refrubishment. We went into a shop to get postcards and found the greatest candy ever in Europe, Malteasers! Think whopper, but gourmet and delicious! I can't eat whoppers because of these little gems ...
When I woke up I thought today was Christmas day, safe to say time zones are still a little confusing! Anyway the plan was to have a relaxing Christmas day an just chill, eat and play cards, because nothing will be open. Since today was actually Christmas eve we decided to find something to do. Trip advisor was very helpful and I found a map function which shows you a map with attractions on it so you can see what's nearby. So ...
... the tour only lasted about an hour. Back at reception I was informed of a soft cheese making class that was taking place that afternoon. Catch was the course was offered only in German. Taking a chance that there would be at least one other person there to help translate for me, I signed up. Waiting for my course to begin, I stopped by in the on-site restaurant. I decided this would be the best time of any to try a true Swiss Fondue. Made with ...