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... Also on the tour was a lovely couple from Seattle and a woman from Japan. Jean-Claude was incredibly charming, and even made information about wheat and corn production in the Alsace Region seem interesting. Plus he sounded like a combination of Inspector Clouseau and the Swedish Chef from The Muppet Show. Just a delight. Not only is this area known for its white wines, it also boasts medieval castles and towns bursting with geranium window boxes and half timbered buildings ...
... weeks? The German influence here is huge and the people of Colmar speak French with a notable German accent. Today we found large pretzels in the bakery beside the croissants, and the beer section on menus now matches the wine list (well, almost..... this is still France). Colmar, like Arles, is a popular tourist town. But unlike Arles, Colmar doesn't have any Roman ruins to maintain, so we suspect ...
... year old boy, non? Well, it is out of the rain, has free luggage storage, and a wonderful restaurant for lunch, so away we went. Thomas tolerated it for a while and then with the help of this iPad, he was able to amuse himself as Lance and I enjoyed the collection. It is an impressive museum and gallery, and the rain had finished by the time we were due to make our way to the ...
... shopping in the village shop "Der Laden" and then going out to dinner. Main meal was in Minamoto - Japanese restaurant in Hotel Royal - and desert in Hotel Restaurant Waldhaus.
Back home to catch up with e-mails before retiring to bed.
Weather changed dramatically with rain, rain, rain and lower temperatures (Schneegrenze auf etwa 2000m sinkend!) should get a bit better by the weekend.
... message board by the front door cheered us up too - nice touch guys!
As soon as we had unloaded our luggage, we went in search of a restaurant still serving food in the by-now pouring rain with the accompaniment of lightning and clashes of thunder, and found Restaurant de l'Ange in Leyman, where we were ushered to the only remaining table - in front of the window. Joanne was a tad ...
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