Auberge du Rempart

Address: 3, rue du Rempart Sud, Eguisheim, Alsace, 68420, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3, rue du Rempart Sud, Eguisheim, is near Little Venice, Bartholdi Museum (Musee Bartholdi), Koifhus (Old Custom House), and Léon Beyer.
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    A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Aug 04, 2015

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    Goodbye to our Blackforest accommodation, the Silberdistel. We drove from Hinterzarten to Hirschsprung to Freiburg. We parked in the suburbs of Freiburg and took the tram into the Alt Stadt. We used our tourist card from the Hotel for free transport. We got off at the Oberlinden Fountain. We walked around the old town and the beautiful buildings and ...

    The Biggest Waterfall in Charming Weather

    A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jul 29, 2015

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    After leaving Constance we headed toward the Rhine Falls. The drive was all along the boarder of Switzerland and Germany and the Rhine River and it was good to be off the motorways. We used the motorways a bit in Switzerland as it was just easier and you just purchase one sticker for 40 euros that lets you drive on all of them. On arriving at the falls it was raining and cold! Its definitely cooled down, less than 20 degrees today and ...

    Not the Lake District

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    ... Paris, but the top of France is a little..hmm..some may say boring, others, flat. Flat like Cambridgeshire. Flat like Kansas. No wonder Zola spent so much time describing cornfields (and screwing in cornfields) for much of the top of France has little else going on (not that there's not much to be said for screwing in cornfields..). Sure you can consummate life in the flat lands but to live requires peaks. And troughs. Mountains and lakes. Lakes and ...

    Statue of Liberty

    A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Jun 12, 2014

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    Colmar

    A travel blog entry by karenstephens on May 26, 2014

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    ... some of the most popular exhibits were closed to visitors. We did see some interesting items however, which made our visit worthwhile.

    We were ready for refreshment after all this sightseeing, so we stopped at a quiet street side cafe. The coffee was so good! As most of you know, there is no "bottomless" cup of coffee in Europe like we have in the United States. Even so, my small coffee sufficed to recharge my batteries, and we were on our way again, ready to tackle new ...