Cour Du Corbeau Hotel- MGallery Collection
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After 4 fun filled days/nights, we had to say good bye to Paris and Eiffel Tower, and moved onto the next stage of our holiday in Strasbourg, which is located within the France border onto Germany. Colleen had originally picked Strasbourg for Christmas as it is the one of preferred places in Europe for Christmas Markets. After leaving the hotel …
... us at plus 200kmh. We are having final drinks tonight so back in the car and off to find a shop. We find a drink market with local wines. We select a wine not knowing what it will be like. Girls decide that we should have some nibblies so we stumble across a second supermarket which has two separate buildings. The first for alcohol and the second for food. The alcohol section is huge and even had a selection of Australian ...
This appears to be the centre of Europeanism and cafe culture (remember Tony wanted us all to have that so revised the licensing hours etc?
Anyway, we took the train into the city to “do” it.
Whilst lots of cities are the “same” each has it's own feeling and this place was good.
On arrival at the station, it wasn't the marble of Monaco but clean enough and relatively quiet ...
... the lack of washing so we did some. Note to self, don't do washing last thing because if it doesn't spin, you are stuck... thankfully after pressing some combination of buttons on the Miele (found on most sites) the spin section started and washing was done.
So, of the 4 pitches around us, three were gone when we awoke (you know we don't do early and what's the point of leaving at 9 to hit rush our traffic?)
Today was the hard job ...
... headed up the hill road behind the apartment which leads directly to the forested areas. First stop was at Mummelsee. This lake is located at the foot of Hornisgrinde, the highest peak at 1163 metres in the northern Black Forest. Unfortunately you cannot travel by car to the peak, but must take the bus and with only three buses a day we were not at the right time. It is interesting that with accommodation visitors get free bus and train transport in the ...