Ibis Colmar Centre
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... Nonnenweir and headed for Illhausern and Riquewhir, two wonderful Alsacian old towns along the famous "Route des Vins d'Alsace" Even though the auberge were we wanted to have lunch was closed for their holiday, we enjoyed a wonderful meal at an adjacent restaurant.
Riquewhir only 13 km down the way was the icing on the cake. It reinforced in our minds once again that is every ...
... was superb but it was getting on an we thought we would try to get to Obernai, a very quaint town some 32 km south-west. The long and the short of it was that we got there after dark and try to find a pension in the dark in a town crawling with - you guessed it - those damned tourists!!! We tried a few other nearby towns but alas gave up in frustration and headed for ...
On day 6 we woke up on our lovely spot near the small channel. Unfortunately there are no photos of the tent at the channel.
We quickly found out what the cause of this strange woodpeckery sound at night was. A woodpecker. This thing probably ate the wrong berries before his nightly freak out.
After a quick breakfast with a small package of pain au chocolat (only 8 pieces, inhaled ...
... but not much more. A fine place to lay your
head for the night. The concierge suggested a restaurant, called Cafe
Gugel. I tried to look it up before we went, and saw it had 2/2 decent
reviews. It was only a short walk from the hotel, and we got there and
it seemed closed. There was scaffolding and such outside and it looked
closed. We went inside anyway, climbed some stairs, and sure enough it
was a fully functional restaurant. Part of ...
... the children learn it in school. But, said Francois, if he is doing business or negotiating something, he speaks French because it is more precise, because of the nuances. We asked if they minded all of the tourists, but they said, no, they loved us! People really are very nice here, actually, everywhere we've been in Europe.
The shared some Alsatian history with us. They told us that after 1871, what we call the Franco-Prussian war, Alsace was part ...