hotelF1 Mulhouse centre ouest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all walked around Basel. Not much going on in Basel without taking the tram, but it was a beautiful day for walking around with our newfound friends. We will do the touring on the tram tomorrow and go into town with our guide. We walked to the end of our pier and took a photo of the monument where the borders of three countries meet. Germany, Switzerland and France. Gavin's drawing was there. :0) Before dinner we had a Port Talk ...
... canal towpaths relatively quickly (the le greens Glastonbury playlist was very helpful!) before stopping in Marckolsheim for a snack, never seen anyone polish off 30 Jaffa cakes as quickly as simon did... No need for ice creams it's been very cold today ( a chilly 24 degrees) and we aren't used to it! We then continued along canals where on two occasions we got soaked by stray water cannons from the crops in the field, how nice ...
My haircut is finished and I look good. Tommorow we are driving to Paris (the capital city of France) for the wedding. Oscar went on a wave board and he can go 6 metres without touching the walls or anybody helping him. We also had two chances of winning a bike but we ...
... packed with healthy looking sunbathers (not the place to display our glowing stomachs). Nevertheless, it was lovely to be back by the sea again as we planned the next couple of days ahead. Day one, we discovered that 3/4 of the main walking path linking the Cinque Terre villages was closed. Our 8 mile hike turned into about a 1.5 mile hike and we still had to pay the full fee to walk the small section of the path. However, the walk from Monterosso to Vernazza was ...
... the increasing swarm of people. Karen and I kept going up the train, not knowing where to go, even higher. The path was narrow, root covered, and our footing was unsure. The treacherous hike led to an awe inspiring vantage point of the palace, with no guard rails or ropes, just a gap between some pine trees. WE struck up a conversation with a woman with a strong British accent. She took our picture and I reciprocated. After the ...