Hotel le Gouverneur

13 Rue de Selestat, Obernai, Alsace, 67210, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 13 Rue de Selestat, Obernai, is near Mont Sainte Odile Convent.
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    Travel Blogs from Obernai

    Catching Up on Four Days

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... I started with a glass of WONDERFUL champagne. Eldon ordered us a lovely bottle of Alsatian (from Eguisheim) Pinot Noir for the rest of the dinner. We got sparkling water and a lovely bread basket brought to us. They had salted butter and unsalted butter for our bread. That's a first for us. First we were served a plate of beginers. Our first course was a foie Gras with figs and an autumn salad with a very light balsamic vinaigrette to cut ...

    Half timbered houses

    A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... people could have equal access to water. We had lunch by the old market hall. We stopped at the Unterlinden Museum for a look see.
    We headed back to our parking garage to get the car. We could not find it. It was a huge garage and in our haste to go out and look around, we forgot to see where we had parked it. We thought that we went back in the same entrance that we came out of, ...

    A Weekend in Alsace

    A travel blog entry by labellevie on Sep 29, 2014

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    Friday morning Lionel and I left Beaumont to see Marie-Ange perform in the opera in Strasbourg. It was a about a 4 hour drive that turned into 6 hours with traffic - Yay! lol. We traveled through Switzerland and Germany to reach Strasbourg seeing lots of beautiful countryside along the way, including the towns of Lausanne, Emmental, Bern, and Basel. We passed the time listening to Bourvil (a French comedian/singer/actor) and Sinatra.

    Marie-Ange has ...

    Changing Landscape

    A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... stopped for lunch. Les also took the opportunity to buy a new pair of boots as his attempts at repairing his existing boots with 'Gaffa Tape' had failed sceptically!

    From there we rode to the Saar Industrial region which is one of the largest industrial areas in Germany. However, we rode through about 30 miles of built up areas much of which was hard work in the heat of 32 degrees Centigrade.

    We were pleased to ...

    Europa Park = Coasters & Screaming!

    A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... 8217;t eat anything because my throat was so swollen and it hurt to cough, but I had to wait to get back to Nancy to get my medicine.

    The cool part about Europa Park is that it's just like Epcot and it's divided into sections that are named after European countries. And at every country there's a theme to make you feel like you're there. Portugal was cool because it had this huge water ride that looked like the tower of ...