Kyriad Mulhouse Centre
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... control. Audie Murphy fought at Horbourg which is outside Colmar. Colmar is well preserved. Colmar is a beAutiful city with 5 Christmas markets and the number 2 and 3 reason to go is the food and wine. Omg. I went a little crazy but not much will make it home. Stopped at Christmas market in Breisach and had potato pancakes. Instead of Christmas market cruise we have renamed this to food and wine cruise. The temperature haas been in low 40s and ...
As ever, the border crossing was very easy and before we knew it, we were back in France.
Another couple of hours to our destination and the very pretty Wettolsheim to try our very pigeon frebch on the elderly hotel patron, who spoke no English!
A fantastic meal in the attached hotel restaurant that was full of locals completed the long day.
... address historical aspects or protagonists.
work of the Vitra Design Museum is based on its collection, which
encompasses not only key objects of design history, but also the estates
of several important figures and for those of you who teach senior Design & Technology I am sure you have read plenty of desinger case studies on these names: Charles & ...
This morning we did the Rick Steves walking tour of Colmar. It is such a charming place. There is a fantastic and huge market place with fresh meats, fish, cheeses, sweets, and other "produits de Alsace". We enjoyed it. Then we decided to take the car to a couple more nearby villages, Eguisheim and Turckheim. Eguisheim was recently voted one of "the most beautiful villages in France". It was certainly charming! Round outer walls and an inner wall as well. All of the lanes ...
... An interesting local ferry caught Victor's eyes, it had a long wire hooked to it from an overpass about 7 stories high, it just let the current of the river guide the ferry. The locals use them to cross to the other side of the river without walking all the way to the bridge. One would call the Fahrimaa with a bell from the landing stage. It was one of four ferries that cross the river that way. We had ...