Mercure Colmar Champ de Mars
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The bed in our Hotel Schultz last night was very comfortable and we had a good sleep - no rowdies to interrupt my snoring LOL!! Another excellent European-type breakfast with an array of cheeses, meats, fresh fruit and of course fantastic breads and buns. A lot of hotels are now doing scrambled or boiled with bacon and/or sausage. Oh and did I mention the piped in music in lots ...
... Boch (the factory) as well as on many side roads through the northern Vosges mountains and after nearly being sideswiped by a herd of deer charging full speed across the fallowed fields, we finally arrived in Strasburg.
As it was getting late and we didn't wish to stay in Strasburg proper, we took a quick walk to the cathedral square and a photo opportunity. ...
... the train roll (riding in windschatten) and make a good pace. We were fueled by delicious pears and apples from the old trees besides the channel.
At some point we (we as in Stef) even had to climb a tree to get down some really good looking apples.
We followed the channel until the "Plan d' Eau". A really big, lakey reservoir where it's forbidden to camp.
Let me tell ...
... of being in
Germany so far is that all restaurant menus are in German. Sometimes in
the city menus will also have English translations, or restaurants will
have an English menu. That was not the case at Cafe Gugel, although our
waitress (also the owner and wife of the chef) did her best to help us
translate. We ended up settling on a couple of items from their autumn
menu and were not disappointed. It was probably the best German meal ...
... The city was the birthplace of Auguste Bartholdi, sculptor of the Statue of Liberty. He is commemorated by a miniature Liberty as well as other sculptures throughout the town. Colmar was spared much destruction during the French Revolution and subsequent wars so the old town is charming with its centuries-old buildings. An area crossed by canals is known as Little Venice. We had time to visit the Unterlinden Museum which is famous for its 500 ...