Hotel Du Musee-Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The best tree trunks were tied together as huge rafts and taken down the Rhine to the Netherlands. A lot of wood was needed for the shipping industries in the Netherlands and for the glass and mining industries. So by the 17th century half of the forest had been cut down for industry and the region became less hostile. There are some mountains in the Black Forest- Feldberg 1493m, Herzogenhorn 1415m and Belchen 1414m. The Black Forest is owned in allotments by farmers ...
April showers bring may flowers they say and it rained the entire 2 1/2 hour drive to Colmar France. We wanted to see the Easter market and it was definitely something to see. There were all sorts of stalls and even baby rabbits, chickens and some unusual birds which I had never seen or ...
... United Nations (which incidentally Switzerland did not join until 2002), Swiss watches, and of course the Geneva Convention of war protocol (if there ever can be such a thing). Lausanne is famous as the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee. After passing through rolling green fields and vineyards on the slopes, we arrived in the pretty lakeside town of Vevey for a lunch break. Unfortunately it started to rain here and a ...
... to our English ones, there were a few floats and a lot of children dressed in costumes. Here as well as in Venice everyone had bags of confetti that they throw at each other, we were hit a couple of times! We returned to the car park and headed back onto the wine trail, it just happens to be going in the direction that we are! We once again passed through some lovely villages until we reached the aires we had chosen. There is just one other camper ...
... using the tram - 1.50E each way and the tram came every few minutes. I don't understand why these European cities and towns, smaller than Victoria can have these terrific mass transit systems and we can't. Mulhouse also had a public bike system, again something we have seen in many places in Europe.
We went to a restaurant serving Alsaction specialities. I had Baeckeoffe, meaning Baker's Oven, a stew of beef, pork, lamb band potatoes ...