Holiday Inn Mulhouse
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
... up for two nights, and also show us around. This proved to be fascinating, and Peter could easily get a job as a local tour guide!
Basel is a very old town, with many buildings going back five and six centuries, but still in use as houses, shops or offices, and still in remarkably good condition. Peter took us to a local pub for lunch during our tour of the town, where we enjoyed some typical local ...
... Germany in 1940 during World War II. Although Germany never formally annexed Alsace-Lorraine, it was incorporated into the Greater German Reich. During the war, 130,000 young men from Alsace and Lorraine were forcefully drafted into the German army and in some cases, the Waffen SS. Among the 130,000 men of Alsace drafted, it is believed that 32,000 were killed, 10,500 were lost in action and 32,000 were wounded. The population of Alsace is thought to ...
... Turckheim, I walk to another wine place on my map (3rd one I've tried) and find no indication it's open. Standing in the yard for it, I have an abrupt moment of conviction that no one is going to agree to a wine tasting for a lone young backpacker who probably won't buy a bottle. Dejected, I decide I need coffee and wifi, but end up with ice cream and no wifi and a feeling of regret regarding the whipped cream I had on top of the ice cream. I go back a bit early to the wine ...