FastHotel Colmar Houssen

Address: Rue Mariafeld, Colmar, Alsace, 68125, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Colmar

Day 22 Hinterzarten to Freiburg to Stuttgart

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Aug 04, 2015

18 photos

... in Europe. Back to our car and on to Stuttgart to our Ibis Hotel by the airport. Mucki and Wolfgang had dropped off our red and blue backpacks on the weekend. We now have all our luggage again. We farewelled Katrin and Wolfgang at 6pm, they still had a 2.5 hr drive to get home. Ron and I bought food in the Leidl Supermarket next to our hotel and ate it in our ...

Alsatian Towns

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Aug 03, 2015

1 comment, 56 photos

... Mark and Cheryl enjoyed the local Colmar brew. Josie ordered a hot tea which raised the eyebrows of the waiter. Josie also ordered a banana split.

We took a siesta for the rest of the afternoon until early evening. By 8:00 none of us were hungry, so we decided to stay in and just rest. After all of the heavy German meals, we can afford to skip a dinner or two.

Tomorrow: Driving to Dûsseldorf for our flight home.


The Biggest Waterfall in Charming Weather

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jul 29, 2015

12 photos

... are asking what happened to their summer. The Falls are great. Loud, forceful, surging, deep green and from each angle a wonder. When we'd finished ogling the falls I put a name into the GPS for somewhere in Germany towards the Blackforest just so we could get out of there. We have ended up in Freiburg and arrived in pouring rain. It took awhile to book in but by the time I had the weather had cleared so we walked into town for ...

Not the Lake District

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jul 29, 2015


... I imagine of the Alps which lay so tantalisingly close to here. Today we drove up to 4000ft (our camp by the lake is marginally below 3000ft) and the peaks, if that is even the right word, simply gave out lush pasture land for the dairy producers. No rugged hill farming for sheep here, indeed we are yet to even see French lambs. But the views are stunning and there almost seems a lake around every corner, at least to look down upon. That should make it ...

The Other Side of the Rhine River

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on May 31, 2015

1 comment, 26 photos

... We had been told that the two most popular regional foods were Choucroute, a stew of meats, sauerkraut and potatoes, and tarte flambé, a thin pizza-like crust covered with sour cream, onions, cheese (one of several types) and bacon. Off we went in search of a place to enjoy these delicacies. Unfortunately today was Sunday and most of the restuarants opened later than normal and we were turned away at several locations and told to come back at 12PM. That would ...