Mercure Colmar Centre Unterlinden
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Colmar
... the lack of washing so we did some. Note to self, don't do washing last thing because if it doesn't spin, you are stuck... thankfully after pressing some combination of buttons on the Miele (found on most sites) the spin section started and washing was done.
So, of the 4 pitches around us, three were gone when we awoke (you know we don't do early and what's the point of leaving at 9 to hit rush our traffic?)
Today was the hard job ...
... torch for midnight excursions.. We decided to have an evening meal in the restaurant. Mine host, in his black chef's jacket this time provided us with a nice green salad as entree, followed by a pancake stuffed with spargel --white asparagus-- with a cheese sauce. Spargel seems to be a delicacy in Europe, but I prefer the green. Lilli is having problems with her phone. Trying to ring her friends, all that happens is that it phones her back ! She does not have much luck with ...
... On we went - Patty and I - around a few more bends, past a waterfall or two, thoroughly enjoying the exercise and the day. And then it was Patty's turn to remember something of urgency - a need to run back and sample a quantity of Cherry schnapps. (Patty: that's not true. The ground turned into bog and I didn't feel like wading in it.) That left only me - alone in all the world - to venture farther into the embrace of the Black Forest. And so I did - on and on; miles ...
... dinner at the Herrmann home. Rudy is training for a marathon, so he had just finished a twelve mile training run with his son, Mattias before supper. All nine of us had a wonderful time visiting and eating. Conny made sure everyone was full and happy by the end of the evening. We planned to leave the next morning, so we stayed up late taking advantage of our last opportunity to ...
... 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 ...