La Cholotte

Les Rouges-Eaux, Lorraine, 88600, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Les Rouges-Eaux

Alsatian Explosion

A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs

10

... we feel like we are on a movie set. The tour went from Colmar to Chateau du Haut-Koenigsbourg, then winding through Ribeauville and Riquewihr. Thomas loved the drawbridges and cannons at the castle, while the two small villages are part of the Route du Vin that follows 100 km or so of vineyards. The upper levels of the timber-framed medieval buildings are truly amazing, and the first floors seem to alternate between bakeries (delicious), butcher shops (very handy since we ...

One Hundred and One Alsatians

A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs

15

... preserving ruins budget" has been poured into planter boxes and painting the buildings. Everything here is sparkling clean, there is no smell of pee, and there are advertisements for music festivals everywhere. From pedestrian streets to signs in French, English and German explaining the significance of every building, statue, and public square, this town certainly caters to tourist needs. The weather ...

Welcome to Smurf Town

A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs

16

... The TGV trains are indeed fast and comfortable, and the change in the scenery from Arles to Lyon and then from Lyon to Colmar has been remarkable. On our way to Colmar today we passed many corn fields, rolling green pastures and more sunflowers. If Van Gogh had been in Colmar he might have painted sunflowers with cows grazing in the background. Thomas' first impression of Colmar as ...

3 days in Germany & Alsace

A travel blog entry by thevans2014

20

... Strasbourg with its spectacular cathedral. On route, we are overtaken by cars that were out of sight in the blink of an eye. The fields were full of corn and other flourishing crops and the autobahns were jammed with huge numbers of trucks. Food-wise, we had our share of saurkraut, schnitzel, and delicious German sausages. Our 2 days spent in Colmar brought back many memories of our last visit to Alsace. Photo opportunities are around every corner of ...

SARREBOURG TO NANCY

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld

7

... wear and tear on the tyres, tubes, chain etc. back to reality. Nancy is a large busy city of over 400,000 people. Signs of first settlement date back to about 800B.C. with a fort being built in 1050. It seems that the occupants of today derive their pleasure from shopping. There are plenty of shops in an extensive mall network, where only trams, buses and people can go, where the people can satisfy their addiction. Alas, with only ...

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