Au Relais d'Alsace
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... with a church from the 1200's. Once back in France we visited one more town, Turckheim which had a moat and town gates. The moat is now a grassy area and garden for the residents. We saw one happy frolicking dog in one grassy area of the most! On our way back to Colmar, we stopped at E-Leclerc - the Super Wal-Mart of France and bought some cheese, wine, foie-Gras, beer and crackers for our evening and went back to Maison des Tetes to pack up for our early morning ...
... before boarding our riverboat so we decided to go to Marksplatz again, where today the open food market was set up with all the locals enjoying the day. Just like any Farmers market, you see great cheeses, plants, and different street foods, stand selling different kinds of pretzels, and another one selling all kinds of Swiss savories like quiches. They must have a thing for Asian food as well. Oddly, we ...
... here for at least 30 minutes so far. The passengers around us tell us that some children are sitting in the wires by a bridge and the police have been called to clear them away so the train can continue. Sounds strange, but here we sit. Finally on our way and dropped off in Strasbourg, we walked via our driving GPS (way out of our way as it turns out) and have checked into hotel D - a very modern and seemingly comfortable hotel. We have decided to relax for the evening and start fresh ...
Friday, October 24, 2014 Basel, Switzerland tour Last night's crew show was hysterical! The crew was great! This morning, we took the tram into Basel, which is Switzerland’s second-largest city—and one with a split personality. On the one hand, the city is dominated by giant, modern chemical concerns and pharmaceutical companies. On the other, a network of narrow alleys weaves together the ...
... to Basel about 6 hours after our original arrival time. The good thing about this whole thing is that we managed to nap a little in the train, while watching rolling country sides. Since we are just staying two nights here, we decided to just go out and hit Marksplatz and Freie Strasse which is pretty much the market square. It is Friday afternoon and people are leaving work so the different trams and busses were pretty crowded. In Marksplatz we saw the City Hall, an ...