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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This is a bit of a non-site as it's a means to an end:
Stopping place on our way to relatives and friends in Germany, time to stock up with wine and the last city to get the “once over”, Strasbourg, also a hotbed of EU activity which will become important as Dave, not our Dave) goes about getting an Extra Couple of Sausages (Copyright Dallheimers) for the UK or England if we don't have a happy family any more.
On arrival, ...
Had my breakfast in my room and finished my diary and blog. Lilli had been across to the station to but tickets for the next stage of our journey to Freiburg. The lift at platform 9 was not working so we had to take the bags to the top of the stairs, then go back down for the bike. The bike carriage was already filling up but we managed to find a space. I helped a lady with a seat on wheels as she had become tangled by all the bike wheels. The change of platforms at Oldenburg went ...
... after a refreshing sojourn on the boat - once again, a coach ride, this time into Colmar, a charming Alsatian medieval town that was the last town in France to be freed after WWII, on 2/2/45. Charles the Fat held a diet in Colmar in 884 (I jest not at all). Although French for most of its history, Colmar's population was formerly predominantly German (as well as the entire regions of Alsace and Lorraine) . Alsace has changed hands many times from French to German ...
The day started off rainy, but we decided to go tour Freiburg anyway. We were accompanied by Rudy and Conny's niece, Nicole and her friend Ariel. They are traveling Europe for 10 weeks and are staying in Linkenheim for a couple of weeks. Even though it rained all day, we saw all of our historic sights, took pictures and did a little shopping. When we returned to Linkenheim we were treated 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 ...