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... lot of our own cooking), and tourist shops selling souvenirs and postcards. But, especially in bustling Colmar, we are also constantly surprised by the large number clothing and shoe stores. We look up to admire the architecture and look down to see that Esprit is having a 50% off sale. Tomorrow we will enjoy more of Colmar. Ear more meat, cheese, butter and eggs in various combinations, find a good bakery, enjoy the sweet sips of Gewürztraminer and kick the soccer ball ...
... weeks? The German influence here is huge and the people of Colmar speak French with a notable German accent. Today we found large pretzels in the bakery beside the croissants, and the beer section on menus now matches the wine list (well, almost..... this is still France). Colmar, like Arles, is a popular tourist town. But unlike Arles, Colmar doesn't have any Roman ruins to maintain, so we suspect ...
... from the train station to our apartment was "this looks like Smurf Town". And he is right! What a change from the France we have visited so far. Upon first impression it looks like a Disney-made medieval German village. The apartment is great. Our first meal here was appropriately meat-laden and German-inspired, and we are looking forward to exploring this picturesque little town ...
Our brief trip through Germany included an overnight stop in Nuremburg where we visited the former headquarters of the Nazi party, now an interesting museum with documents related to the rise and fall of Hitler and videos of the Nuremburg trials. We got a taste of life in the local villages on our drive to Rothenburg, a walled town on the romantic road. This picture perfect Bavarian village had lots of lovely shops to explore.We also spent time in the old ...
... trees with plenty of ripe fruit on the cherry and plum trees. No wonder the birds were singing. Due to the flat nature and a rather handy tail-wind we had most of the way, we were in Strasbourg and booked into the motel by 12:30pm. The average speed of 18.5km/h was achieved without a great deal of effort or sweat. Strasbourg is a large bustling city with a fairly ancient heart dating back to the 14th century. It has one of the EU ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking