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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with very old half-timbered houses covered in red geraniums and cascading flowers. The Alsatian people can make flower pots out of most anything. The weather is cool (40's) and the flowers love it. In the center of town was the original church of its resident priest who became Pope Leo IX in 1049. We left Eguisheim and decided on a whim to drive over the Rhein River to Germany for lunch. We lunched in and walked around the town Breisach-am-Rhein - another old ...
... back to Chicago. More than 2 hours later we finished the task (I think?). We spent this adventure going between our hotel room, the hotel lobby and a travel agency which was no help whatsoever with computers and phones calling multiple airlines with varying success. Turns out air travel isn’t very easy. Huh.
Finally, we set off to actually do something. Mary suggested we go up the nearby mountain for a fantastic view of the city (of which I’m sure pictures will ...
... into a drunken group of singers without any clear transition period. Perhaps the choir slowly consumed vast quantities of alcohol throughout their repertoire. The world will never know, but as an experienced choral singer I would like to give that performance technique a shot. Finally, the hotel manager claimed that they had never had a complaint about the bathroom, despite it’s seemingly purposeful set up which allowed a clear view of the inside from almost any point in ...
... all day except for a few brief shining moments when the sun came out, and we took a bunch of pictures, including in the picturesque village of St. Peter. We had planned on following a ridge road to Baden-Baden, but it started to get dark and rainy so we finished the trip on the autobahn. We parked the car near the Baden-Baden casino, followed a Rick Steves walking tour past a Catholic church where we caught a little of a service and the ruins of Roman baths with ...
... villages of France and the third largest of Alsace, this town is well known as the “Capital of Alsace wines” and renowned for its 1000 years of rich culture and glimpse of European history. It is situated between Basel and Strasbourg falling close to the German, French and Swiss triangle border. After an hour long train travel in the morning from Basel’s German station through the countryside picturesque, we came ...