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... we toured (requires men to where jackets and ties and no tennis shoes) so we didn't go there again after the early afternoon tour either. But we took pictures.
Walked around the town and took in the ambience. Had dinner with some folks from the tour and had the obligatory Black Forest cake...yum!
Early morning again tomorrow so I will say...
Mary, Dar, Don and Cindy
On awaking our first thoughts were that we couldn't hear the pitter patter or raindrops that we had become accustomed to, this had to be good. On opening the curtains,however a right pea-souper was revealee. We could not see a hundred yards or metres down the valley. We decided on a leisurely start in the hope that it would clear up, because as today was,our final day in the Black Forest we wanted to explore ...
... falls which were well worth the visit. There is something about the raw power of falling water that is fascinating. We then extended our walk by following a track which took us on a circular route back to Triberg via a church.. The woods were teeming with red squrrils, jays and other little birds. Geoff and I enjoyed tempting a pair of Jays to come close by proffering peanuts which they seemed to enjoy. We had a short break to visit the church which was a ...
It's raining and we are still quite tired after yesterdays journey. So this morning we went to the old part of Gengenbach to look round and do some food shopping. There was a farmers market ,always interesting ,and from this one we bought some local apples and were tempted by local schnapps and Kirsch Wasser, but were very restrained. Geoff bought an umbrella of which he is very proud .(he paid 5 ...
... of buildings of the European Parliament which was on the outskirts of the city. Once we had worked out the tram map and some vagaries on it, off we went. The buildings were modern and very impressive. There was the parliament itself then the council of Europe building plus the Rights of Man building (It turns out it is the human rights building, not just for men!).
From there by tram and bus we decided to go and have a look at the ...
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