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Happy Australia Day! We said 'goodbye' to Colmar and headed for Eguisheim, a wonderful medieval town. We first visited Wolfberger winery, see photo, known for its fabulous Crement. They recommended I try Vintage Cellars to buy their products in Sydney, got one just up the road! You really feel you are in another world, the houses date from the 16th and 17th century and are set in streets that run in circles around the ...
Only took 2 hours, very quick on the autobahn. Parked the car to look around, what a quaint town, found our accomodation, very special one of the oldest buildings, 1540. Right in the main square. Brought a butter/pate knife at the outdoor market by the church, 10€. Had a fantastic lunch at Restaurant Bartholdi, he was the sculpture who designed the Statue of Liberty, ate duck with a beetroot and small red berries sauce, delicious, vegies were roasted fennel carrots turnip ...
... up for two nights, and also show us around. This proved to be fascinating, and Peter could easily get a job as a local tour guide!
Basel is a very old town, with many buildings going back five and six centuries, but still in use as houses, shops or offices, and still in remarkably good condition. Peter took us to a local pub for lunch during our tour of the town, where we enjoyed some typical local ...
... that followed. I thought about the fortitude of the people here, how they refused to surrender their provincial identity...."
Indeed. On that sunny afternoon of ours, it was very hard to imagine such horrors taking place there but when I see very old people in France (or Germany), I can't help but wonder what they went through during the war.
Mulhouse, the second largest city in the Alsace after Strausburg, was our destination ...
... broken English that maybe her boss can refund my money when he arrives, but she can't (system privileges or something). I go to the tourism office. It's closed. Luckily it opens in half an hour. I discover nothing is open in Mulhouse on Sundays. I go back to the office when it's open, and finally locate a brochure about the wine route. Flipping it open to the map, I stare gloomily at Mulhouse sitting in total isolation from where there are actually grapes. Now this is somewhat ...