Hostellerie le Marechal
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... Maicher's Uncle Georg planned and laid the ornate street cobble stones. The stones came from the Rhein region. We stopped at the Schmidt Cafe so that Ron could have Schwarzwalderkirsch Kuchen und Kaffee. We looked at some more of the Alt Stadt. The Hotel Bären Wein und Bierstuben was first built in 1358 but its foundation was laid 1120. This is the ...
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On our way to France, we wanted to stop in Liechtenstein, a tiny country next to Switzerland. There's really only one town to see there, Vaduz, and their pedestrian Marktplatz. Along the way we were passing through some beautiful scenery -- Alps, Alps and more Alps. Luckily, we were on the highway, so not as twisty and turning as before. After driving a little over two hours from Reutte, and with the sun now reaching through ...
After leaving Constance we headed toward the Rhine Falls. The drive was all along the boarder of Switzerland and Germany and the Rhine River and it was good to be off the motorways. We used the motorways a bit in Switzerland as it was just easier and you just purchase one sticker for 40 euros that lets you drive on all of them. On arriving at the falls it was raining and cold! Its definitely cooled down, less than 20 degrees today and ...
... us. Sensibly, he stopped to wait for us to pass. Not so sensibly the car behind him, probably thinking the car in front had stopped to admire the view or something and paying no regard to us, simply swerved out into the road straight in front of me. Braking was futile and in a nano second I made the decision to swerve into the wrong side of the road and go round him. Beautifully executed but I'll never know for sure whether I made that decision fully knowing ...
... if we got hungry! This completed our Colmar "foodie tour". By that time it was necessary to meet the rest of our tour group and proceed to our next stop.
Our last stop of the day was to the little (population of ~1200) medieval village of Riquewhir , located in the midst of the Alsace wine region. It was not damaged during WWII so it retains its wonderful old world appearance of narrow cobblestone streets and ancient colorful buildings. It ...