P'Tit Dej-Hotel Mulhouse
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... can watch them sneaking over the fence this fence also goes through the forest so really you have no chance of escape unless you are at work because the guards might get caught off guard because there is only 5-7 guards. when we got to Maria stein we go to were we are staying we are staying at a castle youth hostel it is really cool. we had italian for ...
Wednesday 26 August
Lovely Margreet got up early to give us a ride to Assen station for a 7am train. We said goodbye to our reliable tent and the wonderful environment of Westevelde.
We had no problem getting on the right train but within the first hour our luck changed. The first disruption was due to signal failure. All trains from the north couldn't go further than Meppal. Big crowds built for the replacement buses. The buses couldn't keep up with demand. It took 30 mins ...
... in Mulhouse. We walked around the streets. Each street had a little story, like a baguetterie where Marie and Eve would go after school. There were trams driving up and down the streets (very European). After walking around for quite a while, we drove to Cora (another local hypermarket with a mall at the front of the store) for lunch. There was a large gourmet cafeteria which had a variety of ...
Had a relaxing morning. Went out the local hypermarket, E.Leclerc, to get flowers for Sonia and Marie. When we returned Marie had prepared another amazing meal. Salad, red cabbage and two different types of sausage. Delicious. Around 16:00, Serge (Alice and Karen's cousin) showed up. We followed him to his home in Leimbach. He lived just outside of town in a lovely house with a beautiful view of ...
... took a credit card.) Arriving at the ship, we saw the ship sitting calmly in the Rhine; our first close look at the mighty river (and at the Idi). Being an old maritime man, I swiftly took in the salient features of the ship: fore/aft/port/starboard - pronounced her "fit" to Patty, and we boarded. Simple as that. As for the Rhine, well, folks, you'd better get ready for a series of scholarly lessons on this great waterway. The Celts called it "Renos"; the Romans ...