Ibis Mulhouse Centre Filature
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I need to mark Basel on the map & would also like to say to anyone reading this that might be planning a trip to the area, we stayed at The Passage hotel - it was EXCELLENT ! and I would highly recommend it; awesome shower, big rooms, comfy bed, mini fridge (if you can afford that sort of thing), a fantastic gym downstairs, and just a hop, skip, and jump away from anything and everything you could possibly want. ...
Goodbye to our Blackforest accommodation, the Silberdistel. We drove from Hinterzarten to Hirschsprung to Freiburg. We parked in the suburbs of Freiburg and took the tram into the Alt Stadt. We used our tourist card from the Hotel for free transport. We got off at the Oberlinden Fountain. We walked around the old town and the beautiful buildings and ...
... being played. Won't sleep until the fireworks all over, but those damn firecrackers have been set off all night. The whole city was quite resplendent in red and white on its National Day, the day after the fireworks. Visiting some of the sights of the city, we found to be a comfortable stop before we headed off to the next stage of our journey to Finland via the Express ...
... Paris, but the top of France is a little..hmm..some may say boring, others, flat. Flat like Cambridgeshire. Flat like Kansas. No wonder Zola spent so much time describing cornfields (and screwing in cornfields) for much of the top of France has little else going on (not that there's not much to be said for screwing in cornfields..). Sure you can consummate life in the flat lands but to live requires peaks. And troughs. Mountains and lakes. Lakes and ...
Today our cousin Andre took us to a castle (Haut-Koenisbourg). It was about at 25 minute drive from Mulhouse. The road leading to the castle is surrounded by vineyards. Along the way we saw many pockets of villages, which is very common all over Europe. Up close, you notice right away that it is definitely "a real castle". The castle was first referenced in 1147, so was definitely built a long time ago. It has since been updated several times, the most comprehensive being in ...