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KEHL, GERMANY

(AUF WIEDERSEHEN, DEUTSCHLAND)

semi-overcast 41 °F

I'm back in Germany again, for a "goodbye" visit before I head to Luxembourg, and then Belgium. Not sure why I picked Kehl, but am pleased with the serendipitous choice. Cute and whimsical, Kehl (pronounced "Kale") doesn't have any large monuments or grandiose churches, but is filled with parks, interesting sculptures, a tree-inspired tower, and a beautiful pedestrian/bicycle bridge called "The Passerelle," connecting Kehl with Strasbourg, France (across the Rhein). I spent the day tramping all over town, not to mention hopping from Germany to France and back again on The Passerelle. Kehl is a great last stop in Germany.... now on to Luxembourg!

Auf Wiederhoren -

Terry

Posted by obanlass 09:19 Archived in Germany

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