Au Cheval Blanc
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the evening, he made a cheese fondue, another local speciality, and we all enjoyed catching up on twenty odd years of news. It was really remarkable - almost as though we had only parted a few days ago, instead of almost 25 years. Shows the strength of good friends!
The next day, we drove out of town to Peter's chalet in the Lautebraun valley. A wonderful location right next door to some of the ...
... were wiped out from the kids waking them up early that day so Frank and I decided to try a Mexican restaurant that they recommended. I have to say the quality was very good. The chips and salsa were sub par (but we all know how picky I am about my chips and salsa). The food was good but bland for Mexican standards, which I imagine is pretty typical round these parts. Oddly it was quite comforting to hear people speaking ...
... We saw the bridge over the Rhine and were they used to throw "witches" off the bridge during the European witch hunts a few hundred years ago. She showed us the monastary and said we were lucky that we got to see it without scaffolding because they're usually doint some type of refrubishment. We went into a shop to get postcards and found the greatest candy ever in Europe, Malteasers! Think whopper, but gourmet and delicious! I can't eat whoppers because of these little gems ...
We spent New Years with relatives in the black forest and saw some very wintry scenes, day tripped to France for another stunning hillside castle (Haut-Konigsburg with its amazing views over to the Rhine/ Black forest) and cake, ate great french cheese and wine, seeing the worlds largest Cuckoo clock and icy waterfall ...
... until arriving at Ribeauville. We walked up the Main Street browsing the little shops and taking in the town. We noticed that the archways of the old doors had a date inscribed telling the year it was built, most of them dating before the 1700. There was one old tower which was built in the 1300s. I found this pretty amazing considering Australia was colonized about half a millennia later! We had lunch and I ordered escargot but they ...