Mercure Niederbronn

Address: 14-16 Avenue Foch, Niederbronn-Les-Bains, Alsace, 67110, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 14-16 Avenue Foch, Niederbronn-Les-Bains.
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    Travel Blogs from Niederbronn-Les-Bains

    Wow, wow, wow

    A travel blog entry by jbrodbeck on Aug 31, 2015

    50 photos

    ... building and then merge into a different set of colours. It is too hard to explain so I will put a series of pictures up which may give some hint of the grandeur of the experience.

    We also went for a nice boat ride on the canal around the Grande Isle but it is still very hot and humid here. Ben then braved a walk up the 300 steps of the cathedral to take some ...

    Into the Black Forest

    A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Aug 17, 2015

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    We set off today along the Black Forest highway on our way to Cologne. On the way we stopped for a short walk in the forest before heading on to Murmmel See which is a small lake on the side of the road.

    The area is very beautiful with dense pine forests looking out over stunning views into the lower valleys.

    Eventually we ended up in the town of Rheinmunster where we set up camp for the ...

    A rude awakening...

    A travel blog entry by tomas.frenzel on Aug 17, 2015

    ... just off the main island of Strasbourg where there we memories and lots of flowers. After more getting lost and asking a French lady where I was, she pointed me back in the direction of the gardens so I could get my bearings again. From there I followed the river around the island and went to Petite France. Not sure why it was called that considering it was just full of German looking buildings and German bars. However it still looked very nice and like ...

    Viva la France

    A travel blog entry by tomas.frenzel on Aug 16, 2015

    Today I visited the town centre, due to it being a Sunday the town was very quiet and there were not many people around. So there was plenty of space for me to go exploring and visit some of the attractions. I found a cafe in the morning and had breakfast, this gave me a chance to look at the map I had picked up from the hostel and my travel book to get my bearings of the place. I focused mainly on the main ...

    Ron's dad's first battle experience was here

    A travel blog entry by ron_and_anne on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... s available everywhere here, several varieties of salami, and cheese. Really.... the bread and cheese you can buy in the smallest store (and even some gas station mini-marts) in Europe are just SO much better than anything we get in the US except for a very few high-end places.

    You only have to read the village names as you drive through the area to see the region's importance to both France and Germany - just from the names it's not apparent which country you are in!