Premiere Classe Mulhouse Sud - Morschwiller
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... bit by the dog then get put in a torture chamber which is horrifying to see around the camp with the prisoners is to big barb wire fences the are 100 volts with a guard in between with a gun and a dog. Then every 20 metres are towers with guards with shot guns and also there is a big barb wire fence around the whole camp with the generals house in it to ...
... to get on a bus. Once at Zwolle we had to have our schedule renewed as we missed our booked connections. About 3 hours later the train we were on in Germany had a failure just out of Frankfurt. Everyone from that train had to transfer onto another train which was already quite full. It took a bit o f time to rearrange people. Finally we were on our last leg to Basel and arriving 3 hours later then we had planned to.
Thankfully we were able to communicate with Christine ...
... bier, vin, yummy desserts, stinky cheese and café. Stuffed, we headed back to Mulshouse to the Cité de l’Automobile. There we saw the evolution of the automobile, from the turn of the 20th century steam powered cars, to brand new Bugatti Veyron. All the major European brands were there; Mercedes-Benz, Bugatti, Audi, Peugeot, Bugatti and Renault. Did I mention Bugatti? There ...
... Serge is married to Sonia. We talked and had vine, bier and a variety of sausages that were unique to the Alsace region of France. Later Serge grilled up some pork chops and sausage. Sonia prepared several side salads. Everything was wunderbar! Serge told many stories, especially stories from when he and Sonia visited the United States. These stories included cheap French vine, wolfs, skunks, and snakes. They were both ...
... count them ), so we were climbing upwards gradually. There were some good steep climbs as well, I'm sure the people who made the route, put in some climbs just to challenge us. Don't get me wrong they have done an amazing job, the signs are usually very well placed on turns etc, and usually easy to see. Sometimes we think their last 5 kms into our destinations feel like 10, but that might be just because we're ...