Mercure Colmar Centre Unterlinden
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Last nights camping was eventful! I was woken in the middle of the night by loud snoring...when I looked to see who it was I discovered a hedgehog ! It had snuck in the tent section where you can keep bags and was snoring so loudly!! We had forgotten to throw rubbish away in the excitement of the storm and the hedgehog had been investigating it, when we moved the rubbish he trotted off out of our tent..so cute though! This morning we ...
My haircut is finished and I look good. Tommorow we are driving to Paris (the capital city of France) for the wedding. Oscar went on a wave board and he can go 6 metres without touching the walls or anybody helping him. We also had two chances of winning a bike but we ...
Camping. A wonderful way to really feel at one with nature whilst sleeping on concrete mattresses with no pillows and hiking to the nearest bathroom facilities for a lukewarm shower. Ok, it's not that bad, we did find a beautiful spot in the seaside town of Levanto, just outside the colourful towns of the Cinque Terre. Our space was big enough for both the tent and Dale to fit in. After settling in, we wandered the 20 minutes into town and sat on the pier as the entire ...
... of the war. There are red and black Nazi swastikas on all the buildings and big, black German military cars in front of them. A few days after these were taken most of the town was destroyed in a huge bombing raid by the Allies. The big entrance tower to the town and the buildings immediately next to it are still there but all the surrounding streets are new. Chris was horrified to see a McDonalds in one of the beautiful, historic buildings still ...
... for over an hour and a half and saw no one. not a soul. We did learn that the supermarket opens at 8am the next morning. We also learned that General de Gaul visited the church in Erstein to attend midnight mass Christmas Eve 1944.
Eventually we trudged back knowing we had burnt our boats and the hotel bar/restaurant would now be closed. And then we saw the kebab shop. Joy. And actually the kebabs were lovely and the charming chap even sold us beers too. And he offered ...