Hotel La Jamagne
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Saturday we traveled to the Alsace region of France along the Route des Vins (wine route) to meet up with Deb and Guenther in the 16th century walled city of Riquewihr. Over the weekend, we visited several of the local villages, including Ribeauville and Kayserberg, in addition to the old town of Colmar with its canals and centuries-old buildings. We also made it a point to sample as much of the local Alsacian cuisine as we could in the few days we had ...
... I'm happy that I have managed all communications in French, albeit 25-year-old franglais. Off to Colmar now with brolly and waterproofs. A lovely town centre though we cannot locate where we watched the storks maybe 10 years ago - mostly because the storks are on holiday in central Africa. Can't say I blame 'em. Tired of no-bird-spotting we aim for a beer just as the rain demonstrates his prowess. Under a huge awning and remaining ...
... out. Somewhere along the way we had purchased some Bonvallis. These olive oil tortas are Seville's answer to cheese crackers. Well, they are covered in sugar, and may be OK with jam but in my not so humble opinion should not be used to detract from good French cheese. Sandra has declared this was the day of the jays (two spotted), and the walnuts. And we're back in wine country again. Gewurtztraminer hopefully tomorrow. Mileage: ...
... were all absolutely drenched but we didn't care. We purposefully chose a stage that required us to see a start and a finish, so the following day we got up early once again and headed into town for some more Tour De France festivities. The town was a buzz with people everywhere. Car parks were turned into VIP areas and roads were sectioned off. It's unbelievable to see how the Tour De France all comes together. When you watch it on TV all you watch is the coverage ...
... the half-timbered houses are very similar to the ones you see in Germany. Several of the locals we interacted with also spoke some German, although apparently this is becoming less prevalent with the younger generation. The towns are definitely geared to tourism (in a good way) and there seemed to be a lot of German tourists. The towns are similar to each other and reminded us somewhat of the hill towns in Tuscany we’ve visited before, except ...