Au Chene Voltaire
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... lot of our own cooking), and tourist shops selling souvenirs and postcards. But, especially in bustling Colmar, we are also constantly surprised by the large number clothing and shoe stores. We look up to admire the architecture and look down to see that Esprit is having a 50% off sale. Tomorrow we will enjoy more of Colmar. Ear more meat, cheese, butter and eggs in various combinations, find a good bakery, enjoy the sweet sips of Gewürztraminer and kick the soccer ball ...
... weeks? The German influence here is huge and the people of Colmar speak French with a notable German accent. Today we found large pretzels in the bakery beside the croissants, and the beer section on menus now matches the wine list (well, almost..... this is still France). Colmar, like Arles, is a popular tourist town. But unlike Arles, Colmar doesn't have any Roman ruins to maintain, so we suspect ...
... year old boy, non? Well, it is out of the rain, has free luggage storage, and a wonderful restaurant for lunch, so away we went. Thomas tolerated it for a while and then with the help of this iPad, he was able to amuse himself as Lance and I enjoyed the collection. It is an impressive museum and gallery, and the rain had finished by the time we were due to make our way to the ...
Our brief trip through Germany included an overnight stop in Nuremburg where we visited the former headquarters of the Nazi party, now an interesting museum with documents related to the rise and fall of Hitler and videos of the Nuremburg trials. We got a taste of life in the local villages on our drive to Rothenburg, a walled town on the romantic road. This picture perfect Bavarian village had lots of lovely shops to explore.We also spent time in the old ...
... just outside the city. The city centre is completely surrounded by canals so there plenty of tourist boats and people to fill them. It has more ABCs than Adelaide and they are huge. We finally got a few showers of rain which sort of put a bit of a dampener on our sight-seeing activities. However we've probably seen enough for this visit. Indian (food that is) for dinner. The best Indian food we've tasted has been in France - Paris ...
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