Chalet Hotel Le Collet
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Again we explored the city by train. Lunch was served by a rude French waiter- quiche Lorraine and salad Definitely would like to explore both of these towns again. On to the bus again, and on to Troyes, about 4 1/2 hours away. Hotel is the best yet,separate toilet and very modern. Dinner at restaurant next hotel, cheese quiche and salad, beef and gravy with linguine,brioches with ...
Robert came over and we followed him a short distance to Mulhouse. We parked in a lot next to the school where Marie and Eve went to school. The school was right across the street from Sainte-Marie Church. This church is where Alice and Karen's uncle, Alfred, gave his first mass, Marie was married in and both Marie and Eve were baptized. The church is also the ...
... Dou. We got the biggest kick out of the name, but Serge and Sonia didn’t seem to understand why it was so funny. It wasn’t until the end of the evening that we explained it to them. They started laughing and laughing. Slightly embarrassed, Sonia said that she would have to explain it to their daughter, since it was hers. We had a wonderful evening. After having a little schnapps, Serge took the ladies home, while we ...
Nice to Kingersheim
Got up early for a long drive (7 hours without any stops). A lot of it was back tracking through Genova and then headed through Milano. We kept climbing higher and higher into the mountains and went through more tunnels… we eventually got on the A2 highway heading north to Switzerland. The navigation system told us to exit and start driving on 2, a small ...
Finally on the Rhine! After dinner last night we went to sleep and awoke a few times to see walls outside our window - not to worry - we were told we would be going through 4 or 5 locks - but when we woke up we were docked in Breisach, Germany. This part of the Rhine is a man made canal to control the river so the cities are necessarily port cities.
Our cabin is modest but very nice. We have a small porch so I love sitting ...