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Drove with a VW to the Alsace region in France and driving time was around 2 hours 15 mins. Stayed in a hotel in Strasbourg, toured the city for 4 hours and the rest of the weekend was outside touring the wine route, hiking at Mt Donon, visiting the Struthof Concentration Camp. Also met a father and son who are hike up Mt Donon with.
... which was the last part of the built up area and we crossed the border again and were back in France. The landscape changed again and we back riding through hills and forests.
We stopped off at the town of Saverne for an afternoon coffee.
We reached Strasbourg at around 5pm and headed for our hotel for the night. We were located opposite the main train station. Because the hotel didn't have any parking and were not ...
... and I yelled Mickey Mouse, but it wasn't him! Emilio looked at me like I was weird haha… my bad. Anyways we finally arrived at Europe Park!
First I followed everyone to the first ride which kind of reminded me of Epcot because it was in this huge white ball. It was a rollercoaster called Eurosat and I went on with Caro since Denisse chickened out. At the beginning of the ride the train goes up in a spiral and you ...
... packed with people! Denisse and Caro went, but I stayed behind with Mariela and Fofo (totally spelt that wrong) and his friend. The 4 of us walked around trying to find a bar and we starting asking people where the bar was until we finally found this pub! We stayed at the pub until 3am and had some drinks and met these French guys who were having a company outing. Finally, we left and had some trouble finding ...
... are the designer shops - Prado, Chanel etc where the gamblers could spend their winnings. Baden Baden is a very wealthy city, popular for its mineral spas and “wellness” tourism. We saw bus loads of people arriving to soak in the thermal pools and be fussed over. There were more high end shops in the city centre but we opted for the more middle of the road ones another block away!
Since it was our last day on the road, Eric was ...