hotelF1 Mulhouse centre ouest
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... town. We walked right around the outside circle then had lunch at the Auberge des Trois Châteaux. I ate Boeuf, Porc, Agneau, Pommes de Terre et Légumes, which was a stew, with beef, pork, lamb, potatoes and vegetables and a Marron, chestnut vermicelli, parfait for dessert. Byron shared a beef dish with Werner, huge, almost like a BBQ very fitting for the day. After dinner Werner and Byron had a fabulous, 25 ...
... Citron sorbet with gerwitztramier marinaded berries, yum! Washed down with a kir royal crement d'alsace. Meet Charlotte at the apartment, lots of room and great facilities. We're in the front room overlooking the town square, see photo. Went exploring the town again found the markets (brought 3 fabulous cheeses Munster, strong and creamy, Bargkass and Comte of famous building and petite Venice! Back at the apt we enjoyed a beautiful crement d'alsace with our cheese and bread, See ...
... the evening, he made a cheese fondue, another local speciality, and we all enjoyed catching up on twenty odd years of news. It was really remarkable - almost as though we had only parted a few days ago, instead of almost 25 years. Shows the strength of good friends!
The next day, we drove out of town to Peter's chalet in the Lautebraun valley. A wonderful location right next door to some of the ...
... appeared to have our favorite accommodation, the tent bungalow, sometimes called in France, le toile bungalow. When I first saw that term for canvas tents, I thought how very tasteful of the French, using toile fabric for their camping tents.
This campsite's "toile bungalows" were a long way from that. No one had even bothered to sweep last year's leaves off the roofs and unlike others we have stayed in, the only furnishings were 3 cots ...
... but there's only one bus back - this is too risky, I decide. Plan C is to stick around Colmar and wine taste here. I get to the tourist info centre in the picturesque old-town, and am directed to two places which turn out to be closed. Plan D is to find a restaurant (these are open and not too expensive) and get a cheese plate and wine. Eventually I settle on plan E, and just get a glass of wine (I had salad on the way to the info office). I get a glass of Gewurztraminer, which ...