Hotel Pigeon Blanc
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- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Business Services
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... a mirrorless camera. And it's really compact. Just like a compact camera, but with different lenses and more options. If now the pictures have a good quality as well, looks good so far, I guess I want one. Any givers?
Trekking poles were something new for me, too. When I was young I thought only old people use them and that it's rather a sign of being a good hiker if you don't need ...
... t told "The *****" to take the shortest route and so we are driving the scenic route instead of the freeways. My old navigator appears a bit smug.
Later we stop for fuel and after refueling "The *****" takes us out and back along the route we have just driven. We all **** on her and she decides to turn us around and put us back on the correct route. I think she now has got the ...
... of the fortifications have been left as they were after the war and shows significant scaring caused during the action between the Americans and the Germans in 1944. The damage however, was not only confined to the outside, with a large section of tunnel damaged after the Germans detonated their ammunition store when retreating. This caused a section of the train line to collapse and a large metal door to buckle. ...
... the village.
At last the tow truck arrived. The driver said he would take the car and a taxi would come for us. We said no to being left in the village with nowhere to wait except on the sidewalk. So after a phone consultation with Sixt, we hopped in the tow truck with the driver and took off to Sarreguemines, about 30 miles away. As we pulled away, I saw the study lady peering at us from her window. I waved at her.
... the foothills of the Vosges through wine-producing villages of picturesque beauty. There are also places of historical importance.
The Haut-Koenigsbourg, a “brand new” 15th century castle (rebuilt by Kaiser Wilhelm as a hunting lodge when Alsace belonged to Germany just prior to WWI), dominates the Rhine valley from the Vosges. The front lines from WWI ran along the crest of the Vosges just a few miles from Orbey, some trenches are still ...