Ibis Mulhouse Ile Napoleon
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... the timber. We passed through the town of Elzach where they have an annual catholic/pagan carnival to drive away the winter ghosts. Only men participate and it is basically men behaving badly with their identity hidden behind garish masks. It is also the town where the German Football team take their annual R and R - maybe the two events are connected! In the towns and villages around here people decorate their houses, gardens and public parks with Easter decorations ...
... We stopped at a café and had a nice little bit of vegetable lasagna for lunch and then wandered around admiring the little chocolate box of a town. It was cold and rainy and we explored some of the gift shops and streets. It was a pretty place and probably even better when it's warm and ...
... but it didn't last long before it started to rain again. We drove alongside Lake Geneva which is one of the largest lakes in Western Europe and borders both Switzerland and France. We passed by but not through Geneva and Lausanne. Fortunately I have previously stayed in both these towns and enjoyed them in fine weather. Geneva, with a population of only 190,000, is famous for the establishment of the Red Cross, the particle ...
... to our English ones, there were a few floats and a lot of children dressed in costumes. Here as well as in Venice everyone had bags of confetti that they throw at each other, we were hit a couple of times! We returned to the car park and headed back onto the wine trail, it just happens to be going in the direction that we are! We once again passed through some lovely villages until we reached the aires we had chosen. There is just one other camper ...
... impressive life size sculptures of Jesus and the apostles at the Mount of Olives. In Riquewihr we were taken with the quaint streets, however there was a large amount of construction going on. When we asked about it we were told a sad story where a number of houses burnt down at Christmas due to a candle in a Christmas tree causing a fire which sadly killed one person and destroyed a number of surrounding homes which were all at least 500 ...