Hotel Balladins Colmar Primo
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The bed in our Hotel Schultz last night was very comfortable and we had a good sleep - no rowdies to interrupt my snoring LOL!! Another excellent European-type breakfast with an array of cheeses, meats, fresh fruit and of course fantastic breads and buns. A lot of hotels are now doing scrambled or boiled with bacon and/or sausage. Oh and did I mention the piped in music in lots ...
... we managed to find a comfortable downtown hotel (don't remember it). We stepped out for some food, I had goulash soup and MJ had flammenkucheen. We shared a nice big salad. Tomorrow when we can see what is what we will do some exploring and capture the sights. We will of course report on the old stomping grounds!!!!
So enjoy some flicks of the day. Night all!
... 2 seconds) we packed everything and found out way back to the road.
At first we rode the usual village-to-village with a couple of minor deviations, (I only have the map because my handlebar is straight, not because of my navigation skills. I think I'm getting better though)
we found a nice biketrail on the side of the channel that connects the rivers Rhine and Rhone. There we could ...
... could only see it from the outside,
and it was under pretty major construction. I'm sure it's very
impressive, but our timing was just a bit off. The rest of Freiburg was
pretty built up and commercialized, mostly due to it being a college
town I'm sure. It wasn't one of my favorite places in Germany thus far,
but like all German towns, it did have some cool architecture. One
hallmark of the Schwarzwald region is the natural springs. ...
... day with the temperatures in the high 70s.
So on our journey today, we hit 5 countries: Austria, Germany Liechtenstein, Switzerland and France.
Colmar is in the Alsace region of France. It's been part of Germany at times and part of France at times. There is a different language here, Alsatian, sort of a cross between Germany and French. Colmar and the Alsace region are now part of France, and have been since the end of WWII.