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Rathsamhausen, Alsace, 67600, France | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Rathsamhausen

Strasbourg, Koenigsbourg, Alsace, Colmar

A travel blog entry by mrsbradham

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Parker and Lizbeth go for a jog around the city of Strasbourg...yes, I'm lying in bed. �� Breakfast, then off to see the EU Parliament on a VIP tour with Lisbeth and Kristian... Amazing. Out of Strasbourg and on to Koenigsbourg to see a fortress/ Castle... After a windy way up the mountain, the castle was incredible. Still not great weather- thunder storms everywhere, we continue on ...

Plastic bags, shower caps and 1000 miles

A travel blog entry by brianmildenhall

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... bags to keep most things dry. Disappointingly the expensive Swiss shoe covers replacing the rubbish ones bought back home turned out to be just as useless. Shoes and socks are waterlogged after each downpour. At least I have found a use for the shower caps hotels provide - they fit my feet just right! Even in the rain the cycling has been brilliant. Through quaint, picturesque towns. Across fields ...

Rothenburg and Strasbourg, France

A travel blog entry by mrsbradham

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Packed up and headed out to France- via the Christmas shop at Rothenburg....that Parker gets what he wants��. Arrived in Strassburg , cleaned up and ready to meet friends for dinner. Zuem Strissel was yummy...dinner at 21:00 A nice walk thru the centre city, and back to the hotel for ...

France

A travel blog entry by pbradham

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... for a bit in this confusing city but managed to find the hotel Lisbeth, our Belgian friend, reserved for us. We took a shower and relaxed for a bit before going to dinner. Our hosts were running a bit late from Luxembourg so we had some wine and appetizers without them. Luckily they made it to dinner around 21:31. We had a nice French meal then toured the city ...

Strasbourg, the capital city of the Alsace region.

A travel blog entry by pokie

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... these canals taking tourists around showing the sights and informing them of the history. Along the waterways are houses resembling gingerbread cottages which are built right to the waters edge. For all the glory of the cathedral I must disagree with Maree's earlier comments. For the thing we will remember most from our Strasbourg adventures, if not the entire trip, happened on our third and final day. We woke to a rainy morning and in a last ditch attempt to keep the girls ...

Location

This hotel, located in Rathsamhausen, is near Musee Alsacien, Palais de Rohan, Musee de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame, and Eglise Saint-Nicolas.
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