Hotel Saint Hubert
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... short, the damn route got us lost and we ended up doing another massive detour. At rixheim, we eventually turned around to try to find any kind of river to camp on. Rivers are nice. We didnt find the rhine, but ended up staying on the banks of a kittle canal which was super pretty and a fair distance from any dodgy dog walkers!
dinner, consisting of more garlic tha pasta, followed by wine and bed was pretty much exactly what the doctor ...
... could only see it from the outside,
and it was under pretty major construction. I'm sure it's very
impressive, but our timing was just a bit off. The rest of Freiburg was
pretty built up and commercialized, mostly due to it being a college
town I'm sure. It wasn't one of my favorite places in Germany thus far,
but like all German towns, it did have some cool architecture. One
hallmark of the Schwarzwald region is the natural springs. ...
NOTHING is open! The only reason we put Mulhouse on our itinerary was the car museum. It was Andrew and Alain's dream to visit this museum, one of the largest car collections in the world. YAWN! So Andrew and Alain headed off this morning to live out their fantasies and the rest of us walked into town to find some breakfast. We ended up at the railway station where we had petit dejeuner.....breakfast. Nothing else was open. Certainly no Sunday morning cafe culture ...
... as we couldn't check in until 3 o'clock.......very picturesque area....very French! This is not a tourist town and apart from its car and train museum I don't know that there's much else to do, although they do have a wallpaper museum, a history museum, a fine arts museum, a Lalique museum and a textile museum just to name a few as well as a zoo. We grabbed a baguette for lunch and sat on a bench people watching. Well, to be honest, I didn't get a baguette as I'd ...
... ft 4 in) tall the replica of the Statue of Liberty stands in Colmar, which is the city of Auguste Bartholdi's birthplace (architect and designer of the original Statue of Liberty) Batholdi was commissioned to build the original in New York.
From the statue we travelled a further 15 minutes, passing through the route de vins! Grape vines still looked very green and young as we drove into Eguisheim, voted the ...