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... you would know today). On the trip we saw two storks in a large nest on the roof of a church in the village of Gottenheim plus some others in other villages. They tend to prefer the high church steeples and return to the same nesting spot each year. Although we are not on main roads or autobahns, the roads are quiet today. Semi trailers are not allowed on the roads on weekends or Holy days so there are big parking lots for them to wait. Autobahn and main road numbers ...
Drove through the mysterious black forest - Schwarzwald. Rolling green hills, lush farmland, thick forests and storybook hamlets. The changeable spring weather saw periods of dark clouds and rain which only added to the beauty and atmosphere of the forest. Once in Triberg we walked to the famous waterfall and did as many trails as were accessible. Lovely dinner of venison and weisswein in a local ...
... Beate YouTube'd some for us) we were able to see Switzerland's celebrations in Basel (more about that later). Freiburg is about an hour away from Basel, Switzerland. Beate and Michael took us around Basel taking us across the Rhine to tour the older part of the city on that side. We saw their unique town hall, their cathedral , and all the preparations for the upcoming celebration called Fasnacht. Fasnacht goes for 72 hours starting at 4am when all ...
... many health and safety issues :P.
We then found a little café where we decided to get lunch. They didn't really have much choice in terms of food but they offered us some black forest cake so we had some of that. Anyway turns out that the head chef there is descended from the person who first created black forest cake in that same café!!!! That was pretty cool since we accidentally chose that one kinda at random and everything...
After that we headed back and ...
... lead into a neighborhood which contained a former home turned into a cuckoo clock. We waited until 3:30 to see the bird come out. Upon leaving, we saw a bus coming to see the clock so we made it just in time.
We ended our day with a piece of Black Forest Cake, large drinks and a little window shopping at the House of 1000 clocks. We arrived home around 9:00 pm and slept very well that night.