Hotel Le Pavillon 7
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... which was the last part of the built up area and we crossed the border again and were back in France. The landscape changed again and we back riding through hills and forests.
We stopped off at the town of Saverne for an afternoon coffee.
We reached Strasbourg at around 5pm and headed for our hotel for the night. We were located opposite the main train station. Because the hotel didn't have any parking and were not ...
... 8217;re soo close to the carts.
From that ride we followed Michael, Kara, Vasilisa, Chelsy, Kelly and Jessica to the huge wooden coaster, Wodan! Everyone went on this one and the ride went 100km/h (62m/h) 40 m up. The first hill was soo much fun and the drop was even better! I think this one is my new favorite wooden roller coaster! Afterwards, we made our way to Blue Fire, the blue coaster that went upside down! At that ...
... spoke English! We sat there for a while and it was funny when this French guy tried hitting on Denisse. Afterwards we went back to the hotel and Memo went to bar and we hung out in the girls’ room because we were going out at 12.
After getting ready we went down to the lobby and met the Korean girls and took pictures and went out with them to find the club. When we got to the club Julien said ...
... are the designer shops - Prado, Chanel etc where the gamblers could spend their winnings. Baden Baden is a very wealthy city, popular for its mineral spas and “wellness” tourism. We saw bus loads of people arriving to soak in the thermal pools and be fussed over. There were more high end shops in the city centre but we opted for the more middle of the road ones another block away!
Since it was our last day on the road, Eric was ...
... up the canal walls. One of the locks was right in Petite France. From mideval Strasbourg, we went all the way to the various different European Community buildings - very modern and really not as quaint. Overall the tour was great and I am glad I went. I took the tram back to the hotel and met up with Brian who had just gotten up from his nap.
The next day, we rented bikes and I took Brian along the canals and told him some of the things ...