Romantik Hotel zur Sonne
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... With Breisach on one side of the Rhine being German and France being on the other side of the river, quite a few people live on the French side where rents are cheaper and work on the German side where wages are higher. This is the Kaiser Stuhl area and the wine of the region is Burgundy - White and red. They also grow cherries, berries, apples, apricots, strawberries and other fruits for schnapps and white asparagus. In summer this is the hottest part of Germany ...
April showers bring may flowers they say and it rained the entire 2 1/2 hour drive to Colmar France. We wanted to see the Easter market and it was definitely something to see. There were all sorts of stalls and even baby rabbits, chickens and some unusual birds which I had never seen or ...
... and a bank loan to pay for the lunch was the best option. Switzerland is very expensive for everything - it just is, and there is nothing you can do about it except pay. A bowl of spaghetti and a coffee set me back over CHF32 which equates to A$44 - Switzerland is not a member of the EU and consequently uses Swiss Francs instead of Euros. In a shop I saw exactly the same puffer jacket I paid $99 for at UniGlo in Sydney, for CHF219 ...
... to our English ones, there were a few floats and a lot of children dressed in costumes. Here as well as in Venice everyone had bags of confetti that they throw at each other, we were hit a couple of times! We returned to the car park and headed back onto the wine trail, it just happens to be going in the direction that we are! We once again passed through some lovely villages until we reached the aires we had chosen. There is just one other camper ...
... and one couple moved to the states and one couple stayed in Germany. We laughed over how the last names changed when half the family came to the states from Germany since the states couldn't make sense of the three German letters not in our alphabet: ö, ä, & ü. So Nüchel became Niichel, yes with two i's! Maybe the best part was seeing a photo of my dad at age 6 and he looks just like my brother! I saw photos from ...