Stadthotel Kolping Freiburg
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Today we went on a self guided tour of the Black Forest. We bought a downloadable day tour outline from a local company which told us what we could do and how to get everywhere, as well as where good places to eat were etc. It was amazing and made our day so much easier - it even told us what side of each bus or train to sit on so we got the best …
This morning we were up early and after checking out of our hotel we headed to the main train station in Munich to catch our train to Freiburg. We had been told we didn't need to reserve seats for this train but it was fully booked when we got there and so we were a bit worried that we might have to stand for three hours! We managed to get seats …
... be able to tuck it into some empty space in my luggage without any problem. For dinner tonight I went to a wine café that is about 10 minutes from my apartment. They have interesting hours compared with other establishments that I’ve seen in Germany. They are open seven days a week from 6 PM until 3 AM. They have a rather extensive food menu as well as numerous wine selections. When I arrived all of the seats were taken, so I grabbed a seat at the bar. This gave ...
Bus ride to Black Forest this morning. Walk through medieval Colmar this afternoon. Breisach was first European city. During the 30 years war, inhabitants dropped from 9000 to 900. Stork cam setup on roof of church to watch the storks nest. Trucks are not allowed on autobahn from 10 pm Friday night to 10 pm Sunday night. They must pull off road and wait until they can resume. The only stores that are allowed to be open on Sundays are souvenir ...
... in English he talked at one point of making a point to learn German and later indicated he once taught German. In his remarks he stated that he felt the bombings here ―as well as in other parts of Germany and also England―were senseless. At the conclusion of the "In paradisum" of the Requiem there was a short period of time when people just sat in place before starting to depart. A deafening stillness filled the air within the Münster as well as outside, unlike ...