Victoria Garden Suites - Mulhouse

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

8 Rue Saint Sauveur, Mulhouse, Alsace, 68100, France
Appart'hotel Victoria Garden Mulhouse
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Costs 27% less but rated 35% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families33
  • Couples45
  • Solo66
  • Business30

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Travel Tips for Mulhouse

The Schlumpf Collection

by globetrott

While other car-collectors bought vintage-car by vintage-car, Fritz Schlumpf and his brother bought whole collections of cars and payed almost every price possible in order to get the most famous vintage-cars . The cars of Bugatti - produced in the nearby town of Molsheim / Alsace were the favorite cars of Fritz Schlumpf and he bought all such cars available, restored them and had quite a lot of people working like in a factory to restore these cars and prepare the opening of the museum.

On my picture : The 2nd Bugatti Royal of the Schlumpf-collection - it is certainly the most precious car in the collection - another car of that type was sold in an auction for about 7.000.000 Euros some years ago.

FIAT Coach 500L - 1971

by globetrott

This lovely small car looks a bit de-placed umong all of these great sportscars and precious vintage-cars.
BUT in fact it one of the mile-stones of the history of cars, a car beeing all of a sudden affordable for everyone, and not only for priviledged people.
And it was one of the smallest cars ever produced in a big series.
It was really cheap, had 4 seats and mostly more than 4 people inside the car .
It was built first in Italy and later also under a licence in Steyr - called "STEYR-Fiat".
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Ask any italian - these small cars became even some sort of an "extra livingroom" in Italy, where small appartments had to be big enough for families with many children, all living in 1 or 2 rooms.
Such a car was used even as a seperate sleeping-room sometimes, with newspapers beeing used as curtains on the windows...
...but that is another story.
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Even behind such a car there is some technical side :
2 cylindres and 499ccm
18HP and a top-speed of 100km/h
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Bugatti Torpedo Type 17 - 1914

by globetrott

Just click on my picture to see the very special type of car with a wooden body in the shape of a boat-tail with 2 seats in the front row and just a single seat in the back.
The type 17 was ment for sporting customers and it was introduced at the beginning of WW I - see the big poster in the back of the car, that shows a battlefield.

b.t.w. ALL cars of Bugatti have such numbers Type 1 for the very first car built by Ettore Bugatti and all the others followed - the Bugatti Royal was type 41 etc...

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Some technical details about this
Bugatti Torpedo 17 of 1914 :
The engine has 4 cylindres and 1368 ccm
18HP and a top-speed of 95 km/h
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Bugatti 57C - 1939

by globetrott

This great Bugatti is a "Galibier" - a type of car with NO central pillar between the doors, so you may easily enter the car for the front- and the back-seats at the smae time.
And it had the spare-wheel built into the left mudguard.
Have a look for the elegant head-lights, beeing built into the front part of the car instead of having seperate lights like normally used by cars of that time.
In things like that Bugatti was always ahead of time.

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Some technical details about this
BUGATTI 57C of 1939:
the engine had 8 cylindres and 3257ccm
160HP and a top-speed of 180km/h

I simply wonder, where - except in races - were you able to perform such a speed on an ordinary road of these times ??

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Bugatti 55 Coupé of 1932

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Jean Bugatti ( the son of Ettore Bugatti ) drove this Bugatti 55 Coupé in 3 hours and 47 minutes from Molsheim in Alsace to Paris .
This means an average speed of 120 km/h - a quite impressive speed for the time beeing, and I may guess even more for today, except when you drive on the highway / Autobahn that did of course not exist yet in France of 1932.
But Jean Bugatti was a daring driver and he also died young in a car-accident...

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The technical details for this
BUGATTI 55 Coupé of 1932 :
the engine has 8 cylindres and 2261 ccm
160 HP and a top-speed of 180 km/h

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Address: 8 Rue Saint Sauveur, Mulhouse, Alsace, 68100, France