Hotel Restaurant Cheval Blanc
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... to go home. The campsite is right next door to a swimming lake but it is only small and packed. It has been so hot we haven’t moved from the shade all day. We have been sociable (I know, not like us at all!) and spoke to a Geordie couple. He plays the banjo and has a fine singing voice so he was entertaining his neighbours in the evenings. Tomorrow we leave Germany and head to ...
A hiking trip plus the finest wine equals unbeatable fun! And this is what the renowned Alsace Wine Route offers to its visitors. The Alsace Wine Route is followed by many outdoor lovers and wine enthusiasts during the month of October. At this time the French region culminates the end of the grape harvest with a slew of festivals.So, this is the ideal period to make your way to the villages and vineyards that adorn France's most famous Wine Route. The route ...
... a taxi to Landstuhl and got a room at a great hotel next to the train station. Parker got to have some beloved schnitzel for dinner and we got our train tickets ready for tomorrow. Leaving here early to get to Heidelberg castle and then about a 4hr train to Paris for the evening. The end! ...
... there. Again a beautiful day and the roses all in bloom and fragrant. That night we had another party with Werner at the grill and again the wine and Bitburger and schnapps and Ramazzoti flowed. Effie and Peter and Elena joined us as did Lea's boyfriend.Elena now has her own apartment in Steinwenden. Marc and Diana and their 4 month old twins came as well. The twins, named Lian and Mila, were the hit of the party.That night we called MaryAnn and ...
... meet me together with his 11 year old son Lennart. So started my wonderful day.
First of all we did a walking tour of Landau a very old city, that up to 1815 was a French fortress town in Alsace Lorraine. After the French were defeated, Landau was ruled by the Bavarian monarchs. Some of the notable buildings we saw were theFestival House, the Augustinian church and cloister, the French Gate, a triumphal arch, part of the fortress and decorated ...