Hotel-Restaurant du Mouton

Address: 5 Place de la Sinne, Ribeauville, Alsace, 68150, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 Place de la Sinne, Ribeauville, is near Haut Koenigsbourg, Hugel et Fils, Hugel et Fils, and Maison Marcel Deiss.
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      Day 212

      A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Mar 01, 2015

      9 photos

      ... was lunch time, we ate and then went to explore. Part of the town is called little Venice, the narrow canals run around the tall timbered buildings, on Tanners street the houses were 7 stories high with open balconies on the top floor for drying the hides. A canal runs along the front if the houses to supply water for tanning. Close by there was ornate market hall. The main canal was wider and very picturesque, you could take a half hour trip, the ...

      Navigating Old School (Not by choice)

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Feb 22, 2015

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... France. The restoration of this castle is impressive, and made even more memorable by the fact that fresh snow was falling providing a nice touch of white over the area. We spent a good two hours exploring the castle and then went in search of a warm lunch. We discovered the castle had a cosy restaurant attached to it and we decided it would be fun to eat inside the castle walls. We had a nice lunch enjoying the atmosphere however, our high spirits ...

      Colmar to Eguisheim and home to Schwyz

      A travel blog entry by arfitzgerald on Jan 26, 2015

      8 photos

      ... Marc, for only 6.50€ wow!! They were in heaven. On the way home to Schwyz we got a little lost, ended up on the 419 main road thru the French countryside. Then once we passed thru the border at Basel it started to snow, and boy did it come down, we arrived home safely but there were 100's of accidents reported that afternoon-evening. Thank goodness we had our experienced driver, Werner! Four fabulous day in the ...

      Alsace region

      A travel blog entry by lesleyandbaz on Jun 25, 2013

      4 photos

      ... were lots of half timbered houses.

      Of course the Alsace region is well known for its wines and there are vineyards everywhere,

      The whole area is picturesque and we could have stopped at every village but time just does not permit, What we regret is not organising some hire bikes for these 2 weeks which would have made exploring both faster and easier let alone more enjoyable than negotiating streets with the Campervan.

      Alsace - idyllic for cycling

      A travel blog entry by jcs on Apr 08, 2013

      3 photos

      ... of local fare - an interesting French-German blend. The tarte tartin is, in Michelin Guide parlance "Worth a trip". I particularly remember the hilarity of ourcattempts to communicate with the locals. We would venture a question in our best high-school French, but would inevitably receive a torrent of words back in the local dialect that simply defeated us. Seeing our puzzled expressions, the locals would swap to German, which ...