Arcantis Hotel Hexagone Arc-en-Ciel

Address: 38 Route de Selestat, Colmar, Alsace, 68000, France | 2 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Colmar

    Day 12 Gambshime to Neuf-Brisach

    A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jul 08, 2015

    ... as the campsite owner spoke no English! Simon has been for a quick jog as the weather is now bearable at night and we are currently sat on our pitch with 5 other groups of cyclists. We have just had our last meal on the Rhine route of tortellini (standard!). Tomorrow a mad dash of 47 miles to Basel to get the train at 3pm and onwards to Geneva to watch the triathlon ( Graham and the elites over the weekend ) Miles: 62 campsite:11 ...

    Louis' day

    A travel blog entry by oscarandlouis on Jul 08, 2015

    3 photos

    My haircut is finished and I look good. Tommorow we are driving to Paris (the capital city of France) for the wedding. Oscar went on a wave board and he can go 6 metres without touching the walls or anybody helping him. We also had two chances of winning a bike but we ...

    Cinque Terre to Como

    A travel blog entry by ba2015 on Jul 08, 2015

    17 photos

    ... clothes. We eventually headed out for a wander around the lakeside to the neo-classical style Villa Olmo where Napolean, Mussolini and many other famed leaders have stayed in the past. Como is a popular holiday destination for almost everyone - George Clooney has a villa there although, sadly, he was nowhere to be seen. We got the impression that you can pick and choose where you would like to stay as some towns are busier than others and since it is 146 square kilometres ...

    First Concert

    A travel blog entry by hanna.jaye on Jul 03, 2015

    7 comments

    ... that, we stopped at a small town for lunch. A group of six of us chose to avoid the prices of any cafés or restaurants, so we decided instead to get some food from the local grocery store and have a picnic. Well, grocery shopping without knowing the language of the store you're in is quite difficult. Luckily, we managed to find a loaf of fresh bread, a packet of cheese, and a carton of strawberries. Everything was delicious, and cheap too- it only ...

    Heading to Strasbourg

    A travel blog entry by peteandbevtour on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Apart from driving into a private car park for a small business we almost went straight to the Aire. It was quite full but there was a small space. A helpful man directed us in. But then he saw our bikes on the bike rack and his expression changed. He said it wasn't safe for the bikes. We would need to take them off the vehicle in order to fit the space and then they wouldn't be safe locked just to the fence. At least thats what we took his miming to mean as he didn't speak ...