La Belle Vue
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for company. Above the fir trees sit patient clouds, though they weren't so patient when we arrived. Nice weather for...the beautifully coloured ducks that just skimmed across the top of the water in front of me. Two hours ago it was ******* down but now the sun shines brightly. It's that kind of terrain.
It has to be said - it beats being 20 miles east of Paris for that was as far as we had reached until this morning. Not that there's anything ...
We drove through Belgium, Luxembourg then back into France. Overall quite a straightforward journey to Selestat and a much nicer hotel than last night, albeit from the same chain - just newer I guess. We wander into Selestat in search of a ...
... discovered why you can only buy UHT milk in France though... They fill the fields with hay rather than cows! Never seen so many bales! The satnav took us an odd route through some major towns / cities, including rough looking Kehl which we'd advise you give a miss! We finally arrived in Saverne. Not much to look at but somewhere to lay our heads on the way through. A quick shop then on to the campsite. Seasonova Les Portes d'Alsace, ACSI 1718, allocated ...
... village, and then the walled village of Riquewihr. After a wonderful Alsacian lunch of choucroute, it was on to Ribeauville before heading back to Furtwangen in the 97+ heat. Upon arrival, Dave went directly into the shower wearing his riding ...
... the introduction of firearms, then a second wall was built outside and the moat added. From the 15th to 18th century it served as a prison complete with torture chamber, which has been fully restored. Delightful place! 6 metres deep, with pulley and ropes for reverse hangings, where prisoners ,with their arms tied behind their backs and heavy weights attached to their ankles, were suspended in the air until they confessed. Commonly used for witches and women of ill-repute.Also German ...