La Rose D'Alsace
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... It makes for a very pretty view from the canal.
We also went to the Cathedral of Notre Dame which was breathtaking. The outside is so detailed, I can't imagine how long it took to build it up. The inside was also very pretty but the best part was climbing to the top to look out over the whole city. The climb was very tiring and steep but coming back down was even scarier, I thought I was going to fall down all 600 steps!
... powered with a small battery operated motor. We walked around the streets, every corner we turned there was a new surprise, ancient buildings, mansions, fountains, market halls. This place has it all! We enjoyed looking at the antique shops, but of course we don't have room to store any purchases. There was an added bonus, today was the carnival. A small affair after Venice but it was interesting to hear the local marching bands, they sound ...
... tour. This was a nice way to see the city and we all listened in to the children’s audio guide and were treated to recounts of the dark and murky past of Strasbourg including bridges where they executed criminals and the forts which were used by the soldiers during the second world war.
While exploring the city we came across a gingerbread shop much to the delight of Kate and Roy. Before we left for this trip ...
... to drive down the hill to Lutzelbourg, a long 8km away to the ruins of Chateu de Lutzelbourg, which sits at 322m above the little village of Lutzelbourg. The ruins date back 1125 in places, and it is open all year around allowing visitors an unimpeded visit. We spent a lovely, but cold, forty minutes here playing hide and seek in the ruins and finding the best place for a family photo. A young cat that decided ...
... br> You know what, it was fun making our way through back roads with limited directions and tossing a coin whether to go straight ahead or turn right and eventually we found our way to Schirmeck and later home to Haselbourg.
The Alsace-Moselle Memorial was built in 2005 and provides a very interesting and captivating audio commentary of life in the Alsace region throughout history, including how its’ residents have changed Nationality ...