Hotel Balladins Colmar Primo
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... I started with a glass of WONDERFUL champagne. Eldon ordered us a lovely bottle of Alsatian (from Eguisheim) Pinot Noir for the rest of the dinner. We got sparkling water and a lovely bread basket brought to us. They had salted butter and unsalted butter for our bread. That's a first for us. First we were served a plate of beginers. Our first course was a foie Gras with figs and an autumn salad with a very light balsamic vinaigrette to cut ...
... had a tower to climb, so we climbed it. It was very worth the effort as we were able to see the whole town from the tower which took 329 steps to climb. We also went into the bell tower and were able to see the church's sixteen bells. Some are very large, and heaviest weighs almost 7000kg. We then went on a walking tour of the town using a guidebook. We followed ...
... beer gardens, cafes and the university the town is known for before we headed back to Munsteplatz for wurst and then a look inside the Munster itself. It was mid after noon and Rach was itching to stick to her strudel-a-day plan so we headed to a cafe to eat apple strudel, drink the amazing local Riesling and shoot the breeze. It was time to head home… and it proved to not be as easy as our inward journey by half! We caught the tram back to the bus stop, checked ...
... Also Spain was cool too because they had people dancing and all dressed up in costumes!
A 3 hour bus ride later and a nice nap we were back in Nancy and I couldn’t wait to get back to my apartment to lay down and take some cough medicine. I think everyone was just so tired from that day, especially with all the walking around. I just remember getting back to my room and passing out from exhaustion, but it was a fun ...
Monday 18 August
A cool day with on and off drizzle. Time to move on from the Meuse and
head towards the Vosges and the National Parks of Alsace Lorraine, north of
Mulhouse. Thought about stopping in a campsite in the Lorraine National Park
but decided to keep heading south, through Nancy and on to the Ballons des
Vosges National Park. Good choice. Ended up at Camping les Jonquilles, with ...