Les Alisiers Hotel-Restaurant
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Maicher's Uncle Georg planned and laid the ornate street cobble stones. The stones came from the Rhein region. We stopped at the Schmidt Cafe so that Ron could have Schwarzwalderkirsch Kuchen und Kaffee. We looked at some more of the Alt Stadt. The Hotel Bären Wein und Bierstuben was first built in 1358 but its foundation was laid 1120. This is the ...
... Colmar, which was pure video game, formula 1 in the lead with not a car in sight for a good 20 miles. I hear the USA is like this. Nobody ever mentioned France was the same. It is.
Man, the sun is shining beautifully now. The clouds have lifted off of the fir tree slopes and there is blue sky ahead. You'd have been sectioned for having such thoughts but an hour ago. I wish my friends in Wales similar luck. It's also nice to be away from the wasps. Liza ...
Today we rode out of Mulhouse along the Rhone canal into Basel, then caught the train to Geneva where we are staying tonight, and where our bikes are staying for the next two weeks. Sounds quite simple, one sentence really, and it looked so on the map, but I'm hoping stress uses up a lot of calories. The ride of just 40 kms into the outskirts of Basel was straight forward, and gave us our first glimpse of the mighty Rhine, and it's colossal barges plying ...
... is an excellent cook and his dad Fritz is an apiarist, so no doubt some mouthwatering shots will find their way into this blog.
Then at the end of the week it’s off to cycle down the Danube. Expect some seductive shots of a 65 year old cyclist in lycra. I’m sure the anticipation will make your working week speed by.
I’m raving – sorry,
... often told stories about the people that built them. The Christmas Market was actually open! But didn't buy anything not sure what to buy. Got ourselves lost for a bit, but eventually found our way back. By this time the light was beginning to fade. However we were taken to a small winery. The wines were OK but not wonderful . A late night back at the ship, had dinner with David & Jennifer, a very engaging couple. Packed up to leave the Amocello ...