Ibis Mulhouse Ile Napoleon
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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 ...
Only took 2 hours, very quick on the autobahn. Parked the car to look around, what a quaint town, found our accomodation, very special one of the oldest buildings, 1540. Right in the main square. Brought a butter/pate knife at the outdoor market by the church, 10€. Had a fantastic lunch at Restaurant Bartholdi, he was the sculpture who designed the Statue of Liberty, ate duck with a beetroot and small red berries sauce, delicious, vegies were roasted fennel carrots turnip ...
... was crammed with all the skiers going down, and partly because we had carefully not told Joy that going down is always more scary. She did not mind though, having (at last) discovered the beauty and majesty of the big mountains. Another "legal high" as she put it.
Sadly our stay with Peter was all too short, but Joy seems to have been bitten by the mountain bug, so we might well be returning to ...
... shop front only it was toilets where you have to pay a euro to get in. They don't do free public toilets like in Australia and there was a big line waiting to go in - seems like a good business plan since everyone is a possible customer haha!
The train back was easy enough to find even though it was a big train station. I got to practice some German and ask if it was the correct train and the guy understood me woohoo!
... and we take the taxi. I note that the meter starts at 9 CHF (about $10) and our ride cost us a total 20 CHF. This luggage is getting expensive. Having been here last year and familiar with their high prices for everything, it doesn't surprise us. Switzerland is one of the few countries not on the Euro. Our hotel sits on the Rhine River and we can watch the boats and barges make their way back and forth to ocean ports farther down.
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