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... we feel like we are on a movie set. The tour went from Colmar to Chateau du Haut-Koenigsbourg, then winding through Ribeauville and Riquewihr. Thomas loved the drawbridges and cannons at the castle, while the two small villages are part of the Route du Vin that follows 100 km or so of vineyards. The upper levels of the timber-framed medieval buildings are truly amazing, and the first floors seem to alternate between bakeries (delicious), butcher shops (very handy since we ...
... funky tricycles and selling cotton candy (which in France is called "barbe a papa".... translated as "dad's beard", which is both accurate and sort of strange) Thomas thinks he is likely the richest man in the world. While all our adventures today were within the small historic core, we covered a lot of ground just wandering around. We have finally grasped the art of ordering carefully at the local ...
... The TGV trains are indeed fast and comfortable, and the change in the scenery from Arles to Lyon and then from Lyon to Colmar has been remarkable. On our way to Colmar today we passed many corn fields, rolling green pastures and more sunflowers. If Van Gogh had been in Colmar he might have painted sunflowers with cows grazing in the background. Thomas' first impression of Colmar as ...
... town. The tarte flambees are still wonderful. We took Liz, Jan, Dirk & David to visit the massive War cemetery that we had stumbled on during our previous visit and couldn't resist the temptation of the wine degustations in Bennwihr. Rod loves the Gewurztraminers! We stocked up on the local specialities and bought plenty of souvenirs in gorgeous village of Riquewihr. It is nice to be back in France and we can't wait for our week in Burgundy!!
... trees with plenty of ripe fruit on the cherry and plum trees. No wonder the birds were singing. Due to the flat nature and a rather handy tail-wind we had most of the way, we were in Strasbourg and booked into the motel by 12:30pm. The average speed of 18.5km/h was achieved without a great deal of effort or sweat. Strasbourg is a large bustling city with a fairly ancient heart dating back to the 14th century. It has one of the EU ...
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