Auberge du Cheval Blanc

Address: 4, rue de Wissembourg, Lembach, Alsace, 67510, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 4, rue de Wissembourg, Lembach.
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      Travel Blogs from Lembach

      Christmas

      A travel blog entry by jtate on Dec 25, 2014

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      ... the house. I got a selfie stick :) Then we had lunch at my Fabs parents house again. Odell is a fantastic cook! We had entree of garlic butter escargot(snails). I had 15 snails and after huge negativity for trying them for 6 months, Ashleigh caved and had 5. They certainly weren't as bad as she thought. Main was served and we had wild boar. Apparently it has been alive and running around a week earlier. It was fantastic. Tasted like ...

      Strasbourg (25/12) Christmas Day

      A travel blog entry by the_wes on Dec 25, 2014

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      ... cold. After breakfast we called family back home to wish them a Merry Christmas, and Colleen got to speak to Caleb for a little bit too. Then we went out into Strasbourg to do a river cruise through the rivers around the town. The cruise was busy, as there is not much else open in town on Christmas Day. The cruise was nice, and we saw a few areas of Strasbourg that we hadn't explored. They had an audio guide on board, which gave some fun facts about the town ...

      Shopping and Strasbourg Christmas Markets

      A travel blog entry by jtate on Dec 23, 2014

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      ... automatic ordering machines. Touch screen computers that take your order so you don't have to queue. The best thing ever. Anyway we continued onto the markets after waiting ages for Linda and Ashleigh to finish shopping... The city is coated in lights. Every street and building has Christmas lights and decorations! The markets were excellent. We browsed the various stalls of Christmas decorations, ornaments, nicknacks, crepes, pizza baguettes, toffee ...

      Seafood (we meant Christmas) in France.

      A travel blog entry by 2girlsontherun on Dec 22, 2014

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      Traveling to Strasbourg from Freiburg (and back!) costs us only 13 Euros each. And of cos, about an hour of our time. Feels exactly like the journey from Singapore to Johor Bahru (inclusive of traffic-jams).







      We spent most days pigging out on croissants, baguettes, fresh ...

      Australia vs Japan - First World Cup Win Ever

      A travel blog entry by kiemce on Jun 12, 2006

      14 photos

      ... euphoria in the ground is impossible to describe, and naturally it continued well into the night. So there it is, I witnessed the first goal by an Australian in a World Cup, as well as the first win by Australia in a World Cup - well worth the price of entry I reckon. The high spirited Australian supporters are some of the most passionate I've seen, and the Australian anthem was by far the loudest I'd heard - there is a sense of history being made, and we're not finished ...