Campanile Saint-Die

Rue de la Madeleine, Saint Die des Vosges, Lorraine, 88100, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rue de la Madeleine, Saint Die des Vosges.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Die des Vosges

    Home James!

    A travel blog entry by katschofield on Aug 07, 2014

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    We left our luxurious campsite reluctantly and are now back in France where our adventure began. The drive was long, but interesting. We passed by Lake Constance which looked very nice as a place to visit. The Zepplin was invented there and there are museums and airship rides! We saw two airships over the lake. Our route took us around the Swiss boarder, so close we almost entered once or twice! (It costs so we were avoiding it) Mrs Sat ...

    Monkeys

    A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 05, 2014

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    After breakfast in Colmar we set out for the Montagne des Singes, or monkey mountain. R wanted to interact with the residents. It was only about 30mins drive, into the Vosges Mountains just to the west. There are 200 Barbary macaques all roaming free, and you get to walk around with a handful of popcorn feeding them. It actually was fun. Just don't put the popcorn in your pocket. Monkeys have sharp claws and emasculation can result, ...

    Colmar

    A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... called the maneater. Sad stuff. From there headed into Colmar, the bigger town of the area. A really beautiful place. Half timbered and stone houses and flowers everywhere. Had a really nice look around, and then spent the night in a really nice hotel, the Turenne. Took a salad down to the town square about 8pm and listened to the live music and watched people. ...

    Eguisheim and Kaysersberg

    A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... ground. You can also still see the old trenches from 1914-18. The town itself is very pretty, with the obligatory castle ruin on the hill and miles of vines. Actually, we had the French president here today, with the German equivalent, to commemorate 100 yrs to the day since Germany declared war on France. So there were police and Blackhawk helicopters all over the place. ...

    Into Alsace

    A travel blog entry by hahno on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... in the scenery of the vineyards and the Vosges Mountains, and the beautiful half timbered houses of the town. Most, in their current form, date back to the 16th century. However, there was a fortified castle and town here since before Roman times. The town is really well kept and is beautiful. We are staying at the Auburge Alsacienne, itself a 16th century building. Great room with a great view over the street. Wandered around, had another ...