Hotel Vaihingen Garni
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The nettle tea afterwards was fine but the shop was disappointing with plenty of scale models and barbeque tool kits but little else that appealed (at anything like a reasonable price)
Afterwards we started back but Tom Tom got confused (well that's our version) by a road which disappeared into a tunnel. This meant we were going ...
... impressing us with ease of navigation (it does take two drivers to check junctions and the safety of moving out or overtaking) we headed off to Bad Liebenzell at the northern end of the Schwarzwald. Liz was able to read on the Kindle for most of the way and the S-Max auto again came into its own giving relaxing travel.
Liz had chosen the site which is just outside the town, between a Netto and a Lidl with a handy petrol station thrown in. ...
We woke up to another yummy breakfast prepared by Ingeborg and then set out on the train to the Black Forest. We stopped for a coffee when we arrived at Bad Wildbad and then meandered through the streets. I wasn't expecting there to be as many buildings as there were. It was a beautiful setting with a small river running through the centre and many small shops and cafes. The weather was glorious yet again so we grabbed an ice-cream. Ingeborg and I had a ...
We woke up to a German breakfast prepared by Ingeborg (very different to the sweet French breakfast) of bread, baked pretzels, smoked ham and eggs. Franz had already left for work so Ingeborg took us into Pforzheim by train. Pforzheim is known for its jewellers and goldsmiths. While looking around one of the galleries, we sipped on champagne with gold leaf! While walking around the city we noticed a lot of pretzel shops, they even fill them ...
We awoke to a table full of fresh chocolate croissants and plain croissants, chinois and baguettes. Coffee and hot chocolate was had in soup bowls! We said our goodbyes and Benjamin dropped us off at Montargis station. We were so sad to leave :( We arrived in Paris, took the metro to Gare de Lyon, and then caught the fast train to Karlsruhe. Franz ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed