Auberge du Rempart
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... with very old half-timbered houses covered in red geraniums and cascading flowers. The Alsatian people can make flower pots out of most anything. The weather is cool (40's) and the flowers love it. In the center of town was the original church of its resident priest who became Pope Leo IX in 1049. We left Eguisheim and decided on a whim to drive over the Rhein River to Germany for lunch. We lunched in and walked around the town Breisach-am-Rhein - another old ...
... back to Chicago. More than 2 hours later we finished the task (I think?). We spent this adventure going between our hotel room, the hotel lobby and a travel agency which was no help whatsoever with computers and phones calling multiple airlines with varying success. Turns out air travel isn’t very easy. Huh.
Finally, we set off to actually do something. Mary suggested we go up the nearby mountain for a fantastic view of the city (of which I’m sure pictures will ...
Rebecca and I got up at around 9 a.m., got dressed, and went down for breakfast, letting Ben sleep until he woke up, as we have been careful to do every morning since his Aunt Elena reminded us that at his critical stage of development depriving him of any sleep at all could cost cause him to lose cognitive function. It seems to be working—he's been at the top of his cognitive form ever since then.
Eventually we were all up and ready to start our ...
... Rebecca's Comments
I particularly enjoyed St. Peter. The little town was just beautiful and the church was a gorgeous little Rococo gem. The interior was bright with touches of gold and little curlicues everywhere. Ben was impressed by the large shiny pipe organ in the back balcony and we all wished we could hear someone play it. From the square in front of the church, you could look out at the lovely green rolling hills and cows grazing in the distance.
Our second morning in Beaune started the same as the first! Breakfast of chocolate croissants and quiche in our courtyard. We then checked out and drove to Eguisheim via Besancon. Beautiful drive, the French countryside is exquisite. The summer days are warm and long, but the country is lush and green. Eguisheim is a medieval town, the birth place of winemaking in Alsace, and the birthplace of pope Leon 9th, if that excites you. We more ...