Hostellerie des Seigneurs de Ribeaupierre

Address: 11, rue du Chateau, Ribeauville, Alsace, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 11, rue du Chateau, Ribeauville, is near Haut Koenigsbourg, Hugel et Fils, Hugel et Fils, and Maison Marcel Deiss.
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    Travel Blogs from Ribeauville

    Obernai, Get Stocked Up Before Germany...

    A travel blog entry by shearers on Jun 05, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... something was going on and wanted the gossip) We thought about telling him we are Al's parent but would have been unable to keep a straight face for any length of time.
    Anyway there were several UK registrations on the way to our pitch as well as lots of CHILDREN (a separate species which we haven't seen for 5 weeks!)
    The pitch allotted to us was relatively small in comparison to the acres we've had in most places, what a come down, ...

    Another train hop

    A travel blog entry by sallyj22 on Jun 01, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the lifts working well. There were still more bikes on this train. We all piled out at Freiburg at 12.30. Lunch was in a green park beside the big church and we found the track going towards Basle, following it until we found a guesthouse at Tiengen. We were greeted by our host in his vest and not expecting guests on a Monday. The Gasthaus Zum Anker was built in 1650 with beams and uneven floors. Our room is comfortable but the bathroom is along a creaking corridor.. I will ...

    Day 7 - Breisach am Rhein, Black Forest and Colmar

    A travel blog entry by adamkaiser on May 31, 2015

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... after a refreshing sojourn on the boat - once again, a coach ride, this time into Colmar, a charming Alsatian medieval town that was the last town in France to be freed after WWII, on 2/2/45. Charles the Fat held a diet in Colmar in 884 (I jest not at all). Although French for most of its history, Colmar's population was formerly predominantly German (as well as the entire regions of Alsace and Lorraine) . Alsace has changed hands many times from French to German ...

    Freiburg in the Rain!

    A travel blog entry by maryschulz on May 15, 2015

    10 photos

    The day started off rainy, but we decided to go tour Freiburg anyway. We were accompanied by Rudy and Conny's niece, Nicole and her friend Ariel. They are traveling Europe for 10 weeks and are staying in Linkenheim for a couple of weeks. Even though it rained all day, we saw all of our historic sights, took pictures and did a little shopping. When we returned to Linkenheim we were treated to ...

    Enchanting French Town

    A travel blog entry by kmcg52 on Apr 16, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... The city was the birthplace of Auguste Bartholdi, sculptor of the Statue of Liberty. He is commemorated by a miniature Liberty as well as other sculptures throughout the town. Colmar was spared much destruction during the French Revolution and subsequent wars so the old town is charming with its centuries-old buildings. An area crossed by canals is known as Little Venice. We had time to visit the Unterlinden Museum which is famous for its 500 ...