Parc Hotel Wangenbourg
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... place here breeds and rehabilitates the monkeys and reintroduces them to the wild. Lovely weather again, and beautiful in the forest. Thought we would then drive the 15mins up the hill to the Haute Konigsberg castle for lunch. We had a picnic lunch we had bought with us. An hour and a half later we parked the car. Didn't realise that 20000 others had decided to do the same thing. The road was narrow and nobody could turn around. I found ...
... coffee and wander before going back to the ship for lunch. In the afternoon we went to Barr for a wine tasting, then onto the very touristy Obernai , both towns in France in the Alsace. Wines were not that remarkable. 2nd August- As a change, we jumped on bicycles to cycle around a vineyard and fruit growing area out from Breisach. Covered about 20ks of very easy cycling. Lots of plum, apricot, apple and pear trees groaning under ...
... full. If you stay at the park you have access half an hour before everyone else plus a few other benefits.
We had a nice breakfast where we were staying before walking down to Europa Park. There were boiled eggs for those that wanted them. Eli, Mike, and Kyria each had one. Eli decided to try something he'd seen on youtube. Apparently if you take off the top and bottom of the eggshell you can blow your egg out the rest of the shell. It worked a little too well for ...
... as yesterday we had been provided with them. She said there were none left and she wasn’t going to make any more as it was only 15 minutes until breakfast finished. Eli was a bit annoyed as we had paid 10 francs for breakfast and he wasn’t going to pay that just for toast. The lady was adamant she wasn’t going to make anymore though and said if we wanted a refund to get up, not eat anything and walk out! So that’s what we did! They guy ...
... discovered that the route was actually through the town of La Wantzenau to the rail station and then along a bike lane on a major road paralleling the rail line. That would have taken us through two more towns, Kilsett and Gambsheim, but probably would have been an unpleasant ride with traffic. It's interesting that that is the recommended route rather than the dike route close to the river that we took but perhaps ...