Hotel Roi Soleil Mulhouse Sausheim
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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 ...
... Citron sorbet with gerwitztramier marinaded berries, yum! Washed down with a kir royal crement d'alsace. Meet Charlotte at the apartment, lots of room and great facilities. We're in the front room overlooking the town square, see photo. Went exploring the town again found the markets (brought 3 fabulous cheeses Munster, strong and creamy, Bargkass and Comte of famous building and petite Venice! Back at the apt we enjoyed a beautiful crement d'alsace with our cheese and bread, See ...
... the evening, he made a cheese fondue, another local speciality, and we all enjoyed catching up on twenty odd years of news. It was really remarkable - almost as though we had only parted a few days ago, instead of almost 25 years. Shows the strength of good friends!
The next day, we drove out of town to Peter's chalet in the Lautebraun valley. A wonderful location right next door to some of the ...
... And yes, still enjoying the Christmas markets... Love all the old buildings and it is different to hear the soft tones of French being spoken, after the guttural sounds of German... However, I found the German market holders a little friendlier... Very tired after today, so quick dinner at the restaurant across the road, and a Baileys Coffee at the hotel before bed.... ...
... ones. The boat is near empty of passengers.
They take our luggage and direct us to our stateroom. We explore the ship a little, have lunch and soon after, our luggage arrives. Mom empties out stuff from those giant clothes buckets of ours into more convenient cabinets and drawers. The room is very nice but small. Smaller than we're used to on the ocean cruises. We have a "French Balcony" room, which means we have a sliding door but no outside deck, just ...