Chambard

Address: 9-13 rue du General de Gaulle, Kaysersberg, Alsace, 68240, France | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 9-13 rue du General de Gaulle, Kaysersberg, is near Musee d'Unterlinden (Under the Linden Trees), Bartholdi Museum (Musee Bartholdi), Hugel et Fils, and Hugel et Fils.
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      Travel Blogs from Kaysersberg

      Jennifer - The Wiener, The Whiner, The Winer

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Apr 11, 2015

      6 comments, 11 photos

      ... stopped in the main square under a 25 degree sunshiny day for a beer, and then stumbled upon a tiny family-run winery just minutes from our apartment.

      The tasting area was the cellar of their eight hundred yearish old family home, adorned with barrels, grape cutters, spigots, and tools of the trade. The owner, Raphael, took us through five of the 19 wines they produce and invited us back the following day to try another five or seven, ...

      French Immersion-Jack takes on Andlau, France

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Apr 09, 2015

      6 comments, 1 photo

      Bonjour mes amis,

      I worked really ******* this for my class. I made up all the sentences and my mom and I worked on the translation and pronunciation. Hopefully some of the kids in my virtual French class will see it.

      We miss you.

      Thanks for watching my blog,

      Jacques


      ...

      Breisach and the Black Forest

      A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Apr 05, 2015

      36 photos

      ... numbers running north/south and south/north and odd numbers for roads running east/west or west/East. The soil in the Black Forest is not fertile so there are mainly fir trees here. Beech or Oak trees are rarely to be found. Until the Middle Ages the Black Forest was truly a dark forest - the Romans called it "Silva Nigra", a murky and almost impenetrable woodland. This situation changed in the late Middle Ages, when huge fir and pine trees were all of a sudden used ...

      Colmar Easter Market

      A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Apr 04, 2015

      11 photos

      ... We stopped at a café and had a nice little bit of vegetable lasagna for lunch and then wandered around admiring the little chocolate box of a town. It was cold and rainy and we explored some of the gift shops and streets. It was a pretty place and probably even better when it's warm and ...

      Vineyards everywhere

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Feb 27, 2015

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... We paid a visit to a Christmas shop which sold every decoration you could think of, unfortunately, at very very very inflated prices, and the staff were not in the Christmas spirit with their surly attitude.

      A visit to the local Tourist Information Office turned out to be interesting as the young man working the counter had recently returned from Australia and when we asked where he went he said "a small town, you would not know ...