Hostellerie Le Cedre
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25. Nov.: Frankreich! Mulhouse hat einen Wundervollen Weihnachtsmarkt der am Sonntagabend so voll war, dass man sich vorkam wie an einem Konzert. Ein Durchkommen mit unseren Lasteseln undenkbar. Deshalb Glühweinpause! Übernachtung inkl. Frühstück und verdienter heisser Dusche 20€ p.p. Willkommen im Euroland und merci starker Franken!
Der erste Regen liess auf sich warten, nun kam er dafür richtig. Es schüttet wie aus Kübeln, ...
... and Barb from SV Sonsy in Brisbane. They were on the other side of the river from us. They had managed to find us here in froggy land. They are on board now so we are collectivly enjoying great food, wine and freezing our ***** off. it is really great to have mates on board. We sailed often on their Seawind Cat in Brisbane. I could have almost been tempted to the dark side(catermerans). And they are foodies too so all the great french goodies ...
... We just got back from a monster shop in the Monster supermarket across the road. It has everything. Tools, generators, paint and even foodand Dunny paper. Its enormous. It also has wine from the region so naturaly we are checking out a cheeky little pinot noir from a town we passed today. It is a shame to miss all the little stops. They look like fun. But we have people arriving and its better we are in a place they can find and in a place with power ...
... She and her husband are Jewish. Last year I asked her if her parents came to Belgium from the Netherlands to escape the Nazis. I never actually got the answer to that question, but instead I got a very moving story.
Both of Judith’s parents were taken to concentration camps, and both survived. Her mother found a small hole in the wall of the building she was in and managed to escape through the hole and out of the camp ...
... features we had seen from the highway so decided to drop in. The Auxois River runs through the northern part of the Cote d’Or and is connected, via canals, to the Soâne River in the south. It is a major waterway in this part of the country. Therefore many towns have sprung up along it. In days of yore, they were fortified and served as river toll collection stations.
We parked near the TI and made it our ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center