Hostellerie le Marechal
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Lauralee99 stayed here on Sep 21, 2013 during their trip titled: Paris and the Alsace 2013.
... Also on the tour was a lovely couple from Seattle and a woman from Japan. Jean-Claude was incredibly charming, and even made information about wheat and corn production in the Alsace Region seem interesting. Plus he sounded like a combination of Inspector Clouseau and the Swedish Chef from The Muppet Show. Just a delight. Not only is this area known for its white wines, it also boasts medieval castles and towns bursting with geranium window boxes and half timbered buildings ...
... we no longer end up with food for a family of ten, and local white wines are in the fridge to make lunch and dinner even more delightful. Between the wine, cheese, croissants, and desserts, we'll have to see if we can purchase new clothes (France pants?) with elastic waistbands. We ended the day with some Tour de France viewing on tv and soccer in a local park. Tomorrow we explore some of the nearby ...
... year old boy, non? Well, it is out of the rain, has free luggage storage, and a wonderful restaurant for lunch, so away we went. Thomas tolerated it for a while and then with the help of this iPad, he was able to amuse himself as Lance and I enjoyed the collection. It is an impressive museum and gallery, and the rain had finished by the time we were due to make our way to the ...
... Strasbourg with its spectacular cathedral. On route, we are overtaken by cars that were out of sight in the blink of an eye. The fields were full of corn and other flourishing crops and the autobahns were jammed with huge numbers of trucks. Food-wise, we had our share of saurkraut, schnitzel, and delicious German sausages. Our 2 days spent in Colmar brought back many memories of our last visit to Alsace. Photo opportunities are around every corner of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed