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Alsace Travel Guide
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Write an intro paragraph about this State/region. Why should members come? What can they expect, travel wise and Hospitality Club wise?
Top Things to See and Do
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Neighbor regions/States: Please add links here. This way members can quickly surf around.
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Hospitality Club Meetings
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good news are coming up! A meeting in beautiful Basel is coming up! For more informations check the Foum treats:
* *BASEL MEETING* *SwItzErLanD - ApRiL/MaI 2006
to find in the Forum : Mon 10 Apr 06 11:32:51
** BASEL MEETING MAI 28TH 2006 UPDATE **
to find in the Forum: Sat 22 Apr 06 18:37:23
see ya there!
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Edited by: sebastian_w on 28.04.2006
|Last postings about Alsace France from other users
Cathedral-EurpeanParliament-The Wine Road-Montains-The Little France downtown-restaurants-Germany is 15min far.............;
The city of StrasbourgThe wine road of alsace and its nice villagesthe Vosges mountains and its castlesGermany and Switzerland are very close too.
landscape in forest
small villages without lots of shop
great alsacian houses