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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 ...
It only took us just under an hour to drive to Strasbourg, parked in the carpark under the the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. From here you have a great view across the river to the old town. See photo. We walked into town to the main square were you find the cathedral and a world famous restaurant Maison Kammerzell 16 place de la Cathedrale. See photo. What an experience! I dined ...
... Citron sorbet with gerwitztramier marinaded berries, yum! Washed down with a kir royal crement d'alsace. Meet Charlotte at the apartment, lots of room and great facilities. We're in the front room overlooking the town square, see photo. Went exploring the town again found the markets (brought 3 fabulous cheeses Munster, strong and creamy, Bargkass and Comte of famous building and petite Venice! Back at the apt we enjoyed a beautiful crement d'alsace with our cheese and bread, See ...
... until arriving at Ribeauville. We walked up the Main Street browsing the little shops and taking in the town. We noticed that the archways of the old doors had a date inscribed telling the year it was built, most of them dating before the 1700. There was one old tower which was built in the 1300s. I found this pretty amazing considering Australia was colonized about half a millennia later! We had lunch and I ordered escargot but they ...
... br> Riquewihr is a wonderful, remote, walled village which has been linked with the surrounding vineyards for hundreds of years. It is so picturesque it looks like a film set but still contains the working bottling plant of one of the most established vineyards in the Alsace region. During our three hour visit we managed to have a look round the village, enjoy a very nice lunch of Tarte Flambee (an local Alsace dish similar to pizza) and a very enjoyable wine testing session at the ...