Hotel-Restaurant Auberge des Mesanges
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It is hard to believe that this is the last day of February already! Our time in Europe is coming quickly to an end. Today we had a great day. It started out with a relaxing morning in the Gite, followed by lunch (finally) at JD's Dinner in Sarrebourg. We all had fun dining in this 1950s themed restaurant and found the meals and drinks very good indeed. Kate made a good choice in selecting this restaurant to try.
After lunch the gauntlet ...
... afternoon we had foosball competition that pitted each of us against each other with the winner being officially recognised as the family world champion and being given the respect and admiration that such a significant achievement warrants. And the winner was……… Roy! It was a close comp with Kate coming second followed by Traci and then Nathan. ...
... to drive down the hill to Lutzelbourg, a long 8km away to the ruins of Chateu de Lutzelbourg, which sits at 322m above the little village of Lutzelbourg. The ruins date back 1125 in places, and it is open all year around allowing visitors an unimpeded visit. We spent a lovely, but cold, forty minutes here playing hide and seek in the ruins and finding the best place for a family photo. A young cat that decided ...
... 17th century such as Maison Katz which is undoubtedly one the most beautiful and oldest houses in Saverne, being built in 1605. In the main street we also admired the many shops including many chocolate shops, even stopping in to enjoy a hot chocolate for afternoon tea at a chocolatier. We then visited the main church called Notre-Dame de la Nativite or Our Lady of the Nativity, which was built in the 12th century.
Roy then took us down to walk along the canal ...
... direction we were walking! Okay, so we turn around and walk back the way we came. It turns out we were supposed to turn right from the carpark, not left. Nathan says it was all part of his plan to prolong the bushwalk but we all know better. After finally making our way up the right hill to the ruin we spent some time walking around the ruins and imagining how they castle must have looked in its hey day. Kate was having ...