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Gonelly stayed here on Jun 4, 2013 during their trip titled: France & Spain.
Left rainy Trier this morning very early, 7:30 and it was raining. We drove on the autobahn for about 5 hours to Baden-Baden. In rained most of the way.
Baden-Baden is known for its roman baths...yup, you guessed it, naked roman baths! We were told by our tour guide Andrea that it was "Textile free" bathing. You are not allowed to wear bathing suits...We decided as a group (Don, Cindy, Dar and I) that ...
... on foot. By ten o'clock the sun was burning off the fog and it looked fair for walking. After breakfast we headed for Gengenbach,which looked even prettier in the sun. A quick stop at the Tourist Informaton centre to pick up a booklet of sixteen walks and we were set. We chose a walk that started in Gengenbach and headed upwards towards a hamlet called Hinter Huttersbach through vineyards, woods and farmland ...
Geoff did not fall about laughing when I told him, but I was quite proud of it.
Back to the car as it was starting to rain and retraced our steps to Gutach where there is a fascinating open air folk museum with over twenty exhibits of different regional styles of farm houses and mills set in a park. It stopped raining and allowed us to have a very enjoyable afternoon getting a feel of what it must have been like as a farmer two or three hundred years ...
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 ...
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