We intend to go for a ride along the 417 and the 430/431 (Route de Cretes) but it rained all night and the bad weather continued.
After dropping off some washing at the laundry (a bit of a mission to follow local directions but we eventually found it – cost 15.50 Euro), we road into Mulhouse to visit the Schlumpf Collection of Automobiles in the National Museum. For around 25 Euros (plus a 10 Euro deposit for a locker for our helmets) we spent 5 hours or so in the fascinating place.
The collection included some of the first automobiles ever produced and featured a huge assembly of Bugatti vehicles from the first to the 2011 Veyron…..which can go from 0 to 100km in 2.5 sec and from 100km to 0 in 2.3sec. It has a top speed of 431km per hour.