- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I plan to do perhaps three additional posts in the coming week. That however depends greatly on the functionality of the internet access in the hotels where I will be staying during my last week. So if all goes well, there maybe some much shorter postings with a few photos to keep everyone up to date. Then I will publish a final posting after I return home. So hopefully on Wednesday or Thursday you will receive a post from my hotel in Baden-Baden.
... control. Audie Murphy fought at Horbourg which is outside Colmar. Colmar is well preserved. Colmar is a beAutiful city with 5 Christmas markets and the number 2 and 3 reason to go is the food and wine. Omg. I went a little crazy but not much will make it home. Stopped at Christmas market in Breisach and had potato pancakes. Instead of Christmas market cruise we have renamed this to food and wine cruise. The temperature haas been in low 40s and ...
... sound of chattering conversation after most events. I thought it lent a fitting reverence to the ceremony. The man sitting beside me often looked down for long periods of time with his eyes closed. I sensed the pain that he must have been feeling as undoubtedly unpleasant thoughts and memories must have been continually rushing through his mind.
Upon awakening on Friday I saw that it had rained a bit overnight. The temperature also seemed a bit cooler than on ...
... evening. I was getting prepared to fix dinner and I remembered that I finished the bottle of wine last night. So I headed out to a market that was a 10 minute walk to select a new one and pick up a couple of additional groceries. It seemed a bit colder than in the past week, but perhaps it was simply that I hadn’t been out during the daytime hours. When I returned I noticed that there was a notice from the local police on the front entry door. It indicated there was an ...
... completed in the Middle Ages. The oldest bell was cast in 1258 and the windows are also original from the 13th and 14th Centuries. The Münster survived the air raids of November 1944, although over 80 per cent of the buildings in the Altstadt, including all of the buildings on the north and west side of the market, were destroyed. After the tour, I returned to the market and purchased a half of a Kaseküchen that the tour guide indicated was quite famous ...