Pension Im Sunnegaessle

Address: Sonnenstrasse 3, Rust, Baden-Württemberg, 77977, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sonnenstrasse 3, Rust, is near Europa Park.
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      Colmar to Eguisheim and home to Schwyz

      A travel blog entry by arfitzgerald on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... Marc, for only 6.50€ wow!! They were in heaven. On the way home to Schwyz we got a little lost, ended up on the 419 main road thru the French countryside. Then once we passed thru the border at Basel it started to snow, and boy did it come down, we arrived home safely but there were 100's of accidents reported that afternoon-evening. Thank goodness we had our experienced driver, Werner! Four fabulous day in the ...

      A day in Strasbourg

      A travel blog entry by arfitzgerald on Jan 24, 2015

      4 photos

      It only took us just under an hour to drive to Strasbourg, parked in the carpark under the the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. From here you have a great view across the river to the old town. See photo. We walked into town to the main square were you find the cathedral and a world famous restaurant Maison Kammerzell 16 place de la Cathedrale. See photo. What an experience! I dined ...

      From the Swiss Alps into Germany

      A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jul 24, 2014

      19 photos

      ... ascended, the mist increased and we were thinking there wasn’t going to be much of a view. It was quite a large cable car that fitted about 30 – 40 people easily – the biggest I’ve ever been on! The train took us up higher again and we came out above the mist and had a fairly good view of the Alps. I think it would be very rare to have a totally cloudless day with no mist. We were starting to get hungry but Kyria wanted to take some ...

      Strutting into Strasbourg

      A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 14, 2013

      12 photos

      ... to explore our area and get some money out of the bank. What a quaint area, it kind of reminds me of a frenchified, over 500 year old, Newtown area but with cobble stones. The area is charming with old houses, canals, cobble stone streets with bicycles being ridden by all ages and all types, even seen a Goth riding on his chain enhanced bicycle. We went to dinner down by one of the canals and ate traditional fare, it was very French.

      During dinner, a man behind ...

      More castles and a monkey forest

      A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Jul 27, 2011

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... up to the first castle, and it was one of those abandoned castles not maintained by the government or anybody else, meaning it was kind of dangerous to climb on. Shelby and I climbed some of the rock walls to get into the upper reaches of the most precariously perched tower, not intended to be reached by tourists. It gave us a slightly better view and a feeling of accomplishment. The sky was roiling and spitting all day. When we got to the biggest of the castles we had ...