Hotel Kyriad Colmar Centre - Parc Des Expositions
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t see anything because it’s soo dark inside! Then when you make it the top it was so much fun because there were lights/lasers everywhere as the coaster dropped and turned! The second roller coaster we went on was called Silver Star and that was one of my favorite ones there! I went on with Caro and we sat in the middle part of the train. I don’t know why I went on because I use to hate roller coasters, especially ones ...
We arrived on Thursday after the short hop over from Strasbourg and made our way straight to a nearby microbrewery and beer garden recommended by Guy to sample some of the local brew which is sold by the litre. Whilst there, met with Shiraz, Alyce, Dan, Craig, Kat, Ben, Victoria and Prad despite our best efforts to entice Guy out for drinks the night before his wedding, ...
... greeted us and welcomed us to their place, beautiful and airy. Despite wanting to push on, we opted for a nap. It was delicious! In the pm, after nap, Esperanza took us for a walk of the neighborhood. Lee made us gumbo! We walked about a bit more and finally came home to turn in for the night. Marco did not fall asleep until 6am. ...
After breakfast in Colmar we set out for the Montagne des Singes, or monkey mountain. R wanted to interact with the residents. It was only about 30mins drive, into the Vosges Mountains just to the west. There are 200 Barbary macaques all roaming free, and you get to walk around with a handful of popcorn feeding them. It actually was fun. Just don't put the popcorn in your pocket. Monkeys have sharp claws and emasculation can result, ...
... and croissants.
We then headed out on the Alsace wine route and managed to explore four different towns over the course of the day: Eguisheim, Kaysersberg, Riquewhir, and Turckheim. There are probably a few dozen more on the whole route, but we visited the best ones (according to Rick Steves) with the furthest one being less than 20 km from Colmar. The vintners all have places in the towns where you can do wine tasting, so that’s what we ...