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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in other countries. Fun to see curious variety and packaging that we don't see at home. Baden-Baden is also known for its thermal baths and is a high-end shopping extravaganza. What fun to wander the streets of Baden-Baden and dream of shopping at the high-end boutiques... :) Baden-Baden was our launch to a day of driving in the scenic Schwarzwald Hachstrasse (or Black Forest Scenic Drive). One mustn't miss this, no matter what the weather. ...
... reconnaissance mission) :) to see what was on sale for ladies night and what might interest us. The prices for shoes were already on sale and reduced 30% from the sale price - so I didn't wait. I didn't quite buy out the whole town, but almost - during that afternoon, a little on ladies night, and a little more with a coupon for attending ladies night. Oh my. What fun! And that was only day ...
We drove through Belgium, Luxembourg then back into France. Overall quite a straightforward journey to Selestat and a much nicer hotel than last night, albeit from the same chain - just newer I guess. We wander into Selestat in search of a ...
While we were asleep they moved the ship further downstream ( I.e. heading north) to Strasbourg, France. For the first time this trip we awoke to a showery day that ended up requiring the use of raincoats for awhile.
Forget Freiburg. Forget Colmar. Strasbourg is my new favorite city! They sure have a lot of great little cities in this part of the world. Or maybe we have been visiting too many lesser developed countries lately and ...
... learn that there are dry Rieslings as well. They also make some delicious Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir.
Our final stop was the town of Obernai, a picture post card town with narrow streets, medieval houses and small open squares. It is still surrounded by the original ramparts.
That evening we enjoyed a musical journey of French and German music on board ship. (Think Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich.)