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We set off today along the Black Forest highway on our way to Cologne. On the way we stopped for a short walk in the forest before heading on to Murmmel See which is a small lake on the side of the road.
The area is very beautiful with dense pine forests looking out over stunning views into the lower valleys.
Eventually we ended up in the town of Rheinmunster where we set up camp for the ...
... Police and an ambulance were coming. As the owner of the Gasthof Zur Traube explained, this happened every couple of weeks. Drinking and drugs must be involved. And it is very difficult to get them out of the house.
I think that we booked adventure vacation with action. We don't need TV, we can watch directly from our window. Fortunately, no weapons are involved.
Day 17 in the Smith campervan
The day began like most, showers then breakfast AL fresco, we made pancakes with fruit. As we have no campsites booked from now on we had taken a look at the maps last night and listed some sites in the black forest as we now head slowly back towards Holland. Andrea called the first one and we reserved a place for tonight, at Mullerwise camping at Enzklosterle (also in Cool Camping Europe). ...
... climbing roses and potted plants. The terrace leads down to a lower level where there are a couple of sheds, a small tree, shrubs and garden beds. Because of the harsh winters, potted plants have to be stored in the insulated shed which can be warmed if necessary. The whole outlook is extremely restful and so hard to believe that we are in town. They are also fortunate to have a basement for extra storage - doubles as a wine cellar. Slasher is jealous because the ceiling is so ...
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Every Sunday night there is a sneak preview in the cinema in Mannheim in English so we tagged along with Paula to see a film which turned out to be Playing For Keeps (Kiss the Coach - German title) which is a drama surrounding an ex-professional football player coaching his son's team to win him back. It had its moments, but certainly nothing I would have voluntarily seen. It was the first film I've seen in 6 months though!