Hotel Roi Soleil Mulhouse Sausheim
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... powered with a small battery operated motor. We walked around the streets, every corner we turned there was a new surprise, ancient buildings, mansions, fountains, market halls. This place has it all! We enjoyed looking at the antique shops, but of course we don't have room to store any purchases. There was an added bonus, today was the carnival. A small affair after Venice but it was interesting to hear the local marching bands, they sound ...
... of air raids, which gave all an small insight of what life must have been like during this time.
It would be easy to say that today was not one of the best, however if you do not consider the of the phone it really was an interesting and fun day.
We took the opportunity tonight to visit a Buffalo Grills Restaurant, we have seen these chain restaurants all over France and as we all felt like some meat and ribs it was a great choice. ******* ...
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 ...
... We arrived at Paris Nord and started to look for our connection to Zurich, couldn't find it. Went to information and then found out this train left from another station two stop down Paris Gard De Lyon. So advice to newbies who book a London to Zurich trip, you need to get to the other station with enough time for the connection. We started to walk out and were asked if we needed a taxi, lucky I asked at Information how much and was ...
... also visited the Lion of Belfort - a huge stone Lion built by Bartholdi in the 19th century to commemorate the strength of the people of Belfort who withstood the siege of 1870-71 during the Franco-Prussian war.
Later we went to the opening ceremony of the Long Distance Triathlon World Champs. Great to see the NZ team was one of the biggest teams there with 69 ...