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The following document is from the book "Riviera to the Rhine" by Jeffery J. Clarke and Robert Ross Smith, published in It is a volume of the Army's official history of World War Two. The chapter reproduced here is The Battle of Alsace,   When the end of the Summer is getting nearer the Alsatian storks are gathering for their yearly long trip to the south My fascination with the stork goes back to childhood. It was a bird which was much talked about in the books, especially the tales and legends.O n the contrary, when I was a child, it was very rare to see the storks in reality. And for a good reason: in the years OK Contrexevile and Vittel are known for their waters, and aren't a million miles from me, but to get access to the waters, you need to be undergoing a course of medical treatment prescribed by a doc, and have a deep pocket too for the accommodation!! The Mineral Water Hospital opened its doors to patients in It’s treatments were free for seriously ill patients. In , James Heath invented the Bath Chair, which helped the sick and immobile to get to the waters of bath and partake in their healing powers.

The mineral-rich spas that make it famous have been used since Roman times, and you can visit the remains of their baths, as well as enjoying the spa experiences first-hand at the 19th-century Friedrichsbad and the modern Caracalla Baths. Strasbourg – The Great Whites. Strasbourg is the gateway to Alsace’s great wine route. Alsace is the part of the plain of the Rhine located at the west of the Rhine, on its left bank. It is a rift or graben, from the Oligocene epoch, associated with its horsts: the Vosges and the Black y: France. Mineral Waters France has recognized 68 mineral waters. The recognition decision is given by the representative of the State Department. France is the world's largest exporter of mineral water. Exports account for a third of the national production and are mainly directed towards the Benelux, Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States and. Basel, “the place to be” on the Rhine; Discover the treasures of Alsace: Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle; The Wine Route in Alsace; Strasbourg, capital of Europe; The romantic Rhine and picturesque Moselle; EXCURSIONS INCLUDED: Heidelberg, the most romantic city in Germany; Koblenz and the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress; The Reichsburg Cochem.