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... Forest there was still a lot of snow. We saw a demonstration of a Black Forest cake bring made and I have never seen so much cream. We then had coffee and cake but most people left all the cream. The chocolate sponge with kirsch and cherries was nice but the cream was too much. When I got back to my cabin after having been out for the afternoon the Easter bunny had been which was pretty cool as he doesn't even come at home. We also got beautifully painted marbled eggs at ...
Drove through the mysterious black forest - Schwarzwald. Rolling green hills, lush farmland, thick forests and storybook hamlets. The changeable spring weather saw periods of dark clouds and rain which only added to the beauty and atmosphere of the forest. Once in Triberg we walked to the famous waterfall and did as many trails as were accessible. Lovely dinner of venison and weisswein in a local ...
We could not have had a better time for our first stop in Germany. It was wonderful spending time with my (Tasha) relatives Beate and Michael in Denzlingen just outside Freiburg. They shared the history of my family tree, showed us around, opened up their home, and were just wonderful to spend time with. Upon arrival Beate took us to a great viewpoint of all Freidburg at the top of a hill. At the start of the Black Forest this hill had a spectacular view and ...
Today wakeup was the same but I think everyone was in a much happier mood knowing that we didn’t have classes today! Instead we were going to Schaffhausen and the Rhein falls which is the biggest waterfall in Europe.
After breakfast we caught the train from Bischofszell to Winterthur to Schaffhausen. When we got off the train the view was already incredible. We walked up snow covered steps towards a castle looking ...
... buses or anything that has wheels, I managed to enjoy the next 15 km through a valley, the first narrow passages through a forest and up to another mountain.
It was already around 6:30 p.m. when I got a rest after about 26 km at an altitude of about 1000 meters above sea level. After that sweet 15 minutes of peace everything hurt even more. Kind of makes sense with me being close to ...