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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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Saturday we traveled to the Alsace region of France along the Route des Vins (wine route) to meet up with Deb and Guenther in the 16th century walled city of Riquewihr. Over the weekend, we visited several of the local villages, including Ribeauville and Kayserberg, in addition to the old town of Colmar with its canals and centuries-old buildings. We also made it a point to sample as much of the local Alsacian cuisine as we could in the few days we had ...
... of France hasn't changed, although the prices have. Germany altogether seems a better bet, with the possible exception of wine... Tonight's Friday evening five course dinner chez Sandra includes the promised Gewurtztraminer as an aperitif, and Marc de Gewurtztraminer as a digestif, the latter like grappa but made with (historically arguably) French grapes. Today's notable event was meeting camping neighbours (next but one) from Dalgety ...
... and turning the tap on. Today the water pressure was so high the hose end leapt out of the cassette and whizzed around the room soaking everything in its path. Being a wee room (accidental pun) yours truly had little chance to escape or to catch the flailing hose end. The predictable outcome was a soaking. I was wearing a mac-in-a-sac (a clue to the weather) but the hose still managed to soak my shirt inside my coat, and ...
... Scandinavian feel with more in the way of trees and woodland. Quick 'comfort break' just outside of Epernay (see photo and comments) and time to take the roof down. Weather hotting up nicely eventually hitting a rather warm 33.5 degrees by early afternoon (so glad I decided last minute not to wear long trousers!!). Back on the road after Epernay stop, Mr Ribbons took a brief snooze and I drove for the ...
... all in. After leaving we continued on to the Center to find the tourism office.
We were going to take a walking tour but instead got the city audio guide. We attempted to navigate the city and follow the points in order until we got annoyed with the repetitiveness and overlap of the points; it was the worst map organization ever! We had to go back and forth and retrace our steps. The guide was good and full of information and the double headphones served as ...