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 …
... and the 4 of us explored on our own. We went on some small rides and then found our way back to Blue Fire. I went on with Caro and I just remember feeling so anxious while waiting in line. The line went soo quickly too! That’s one thing I like about this park they have more than one train running on the coasters, so the lines move faster than in Disney or Six Flags! When I sat down on the roller coaster and the guy pulled my ...
... with stunning views over the French and German countryside where we
drank, ate and danced the night away. Thanks to Guy, Tillie and families for a great day!
As for the remaining two days, what can I say, more beers, black forest gateau and schnitzels, and the first time I’ve been called by the hotel reception just to “check we’re OK”, ...
The stellplatz we stayed at was the car park for the exhibition centre on the edge of town. For the first time, we had the campsite to ourselves! First stop after breakfast was the supermarket to stock up for our last few days on the road. By now we have worked out where to buy food, how to operate the trollies, and how to pay (don’t assume they accept Visa or Mastercard). Visitors on a tour bus miss out on these cultural highlights!The neighbouring city of Villingen, an ...