Hotel Caveau de l'Ami Fritz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... to our English ones, there were a few floats and a lot of children dressed in costumes. Here as well as in Venice everyone had bags of confetti that they throw at each other, we were hit a couple of times! We returned to the car park and headed back onto the wine trail, it just happens to be going in the direction that we are! We once again passed through some lovely villages until we reached the aires we had chosen. There is just one other camper ...
... between Germany and France. One room is dominated by at least two hundred large photographs of residents who actually changed nationality three times in their lifetime. The museum then moved onto life during WW2 and how Hitler, when he took possession of the area again, enforced that schools did not teach any French and it was compulsory for all persons aged to 21 years of age to undertake German language and history lessons. The display also provided ...
... Marc, for only 6.50€ wow!! They were in heaven. On the way home to Schwyz we got a little lost, ended up on the 419 main road thru the French countryside. Then once we passed thru the border at Basel it started to snow, and boy did it come down, we arrived home safely but there were 100's of accidents reported that afternoon-evening. Thank goodness we had our experienced driver, Werner! Four fabulous day in the ...
... were bus loads of tourists including groups of schoolchildren and we were impressed that they had staff dressed in medieval costumes reserved for taking these groups of kids through and explaining the workings of the castle in an interactive way - the kids were having a great time. Learning at school is much more fun these days it seems.
We ended up in Ribeauville for the night and enjoyed walking through this village ...
... and took the Petit Blanc train all over the city, gawking at the sites, taking pictures and enjoying the company. We then headed to the Petit Venise Section of the city (are you seeing a naming trend here) and plopped down for sandwiches, wine and beer. Nearly three hours later we departed ways. We are so thankful to Val and Hunter for coming our way and and spending the day! Love to all, Stacy ps - we've maxed out the space for photos on the iPad so I'll add pics once we get ...