Rondrit Herbitzheim Saarland
Published: 01/03/2019
We drove this tour on the Saturday of the autumn weekend, after a fun Friday evening, where also 50 German firefighters and women were present on the bike.

After breakfast, the group left for Lutzelbourg for the 1st stop for coffee. After about 1H45M drive we arrive at Bierstub d'Eselbahn, where they also serve delicious coffee.
After the coffee to the high (s) point of this tour, namely: Le Rocher De Dabo * (Drasburg), where you have a beautiful view of the surroundings on top of the rock. After enjoying the view and taking some pictures, it is time to continue to the lunch location.
* This rock is located in the southeast of the department of Moselle, in the country Sarrebourg, about 2 km before the departmental border. It rises to 664 m - at the top of Schlossberg - and is 30 m high, 80 m long and 26 m wide. (Source: Wikipedia).

We have lunch 14 km away at Restaurant des Vosges, where we take a delicious salad. The restaurant is located on a nice road for motorcyclists, witness the number of motorcyclists passing during lunch.

After lunch we set off for the north to wind down through the Vosges to spend another pleasant evening at the hotel. On the way we stop for a glass of soda at Au Soleil in Wimmenau, before we arrive at the hotel in Saarland again.

Because I have driven this route myself, this route gets 5 stars.

Route details:
rp 12 - Coffee at Bierstub d'Eselbahn in Lutzelbourg
rp 19 - Lunch at Restaurant des Vosges in Steigenbach
rp 27 - Break at Au Soleil in Wimmenau
Start- en eindpunt in Herbitzheim
rp 12 Koffiestop bij Bierstub d'Eselbahn in Lutzelbourg
Useful links:
Hotel Bliesbruck
Onze ervaring met het hotel in 2014

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About this region
Saarland (, also US: , German: [ˈzaːɐ̯lant] (listen); French: Sarre [saʁ]) is a state of Germany in the west of the country. With an area of 2,570 km2 (990 sq mi) and population of 995,600 in 2015, it is the smallest German state in both area and population apart from the city-states of Berlin, Bremen and Hamburg. Saarbrücken is the state capital and largest city; other cities include Neunkirchen and Saarlouis. Saarland is mainly surrounded by the department of Moselle in France to the west and south and the neighboring state of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany to the north and east; it also shares a small border approximately 5 miles long with the canton of Remich in Luxembourg to the northwest. Saarland was established in 1920 after World War I as the Territory of the Saar Basin, occupied and governed by France under a League of Nations mandate. The heavily industrialized region was economically valuable, due to the wealth of its coal deposits and location on the border between France and Germany. Saarland was returned to Nazi Germany in the 1935 Saar status referendum. Following World War II, the French military administration in Allied-occupied Germany organized the territory as the Saar Protectorate from 1947. After the 1955 Saar Statute referendum, it joined the Federal Republic of Germany as a state on 1 January 1957. Saarland used its own currency, the Saar franc, and postage stamps issued specially for the territory until 1959.
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