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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and even gasthofs is entirely older American (english) hit songs. We even got to watch the Voice in German and every young contestant sang slightly old tunes in english - things have certainly changed!!
We got our bearings and did a walking tour of the downtown area and as far as our first two residences in Lahr. Of course we wandered by the "Horse" and have a picture for you ...
... 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 ...
... here: how do you find the best spots to camp? It's easy! Just follow the signs! A good sign is "Chemin privée, défense d'entrer" a very good sign is "Camping interdit". These are the best areas to pitch your tent and have a nice quiet night at a beautiful lake, river or channel.
That's what we found at this "Plan d' Eau".
The night was not too cold and we had a good 10 hours sleep. ...
... have had yet. We each got a dish of wild game, nuts, cranberries, a
yummy gravy, and spaetzle. Not to mention the bottle of locally made
Riesling. We left completely stuffed.
Sunday morning we visited
the main part of Freiburg, setting out to see the cathedral. One
oversight was that in Germany on Sunday mornings, almost everything is
closed. In fact most shops are closed for the entire day. We wanted to
see the cathedral, ...
Got a local bus to Riquewihr today for a few hours. It's apparently a designated beautiful village. It's on the "routes de vin". The wine route. There's lots of beautiful little villages all around here. And it really is a cute little town. Very colourful and traditional houses with the wooden beams used (outside) and of course the cobblestone streets. It's very touristy though. The vineyards ...