Ibis Budget Strasbourg Palais des Congres
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... get our supplies and head back to the hotel. We meet in Liz & Russ's room for drinks and the final download of photos from cameras and gopro. We even managed a bottle of creamy Limonchello. Dinner tonight was in the hotels restaurant. Liz had fish and the rest had veal schnitzel. The meals very large and full of flavour. Most enjoyable meal for our last dinner on the 2015 tour. Back to our room for a final Limonchello night ...
... The trip included two locks to raise and lower the boat to the different river levels.
We did try to buy a football shirt for Montpelier but after the helpful Tourist Info lady gave us directions (in English) we got to the shop and asked the assistant who immediately responded in good English with the tale that the team had done well over the previous 2 seasons but had been rubbish this year so they didn't ...
This is a bit of a non-site as it's a means to an end:
Stopping place on our way to relatives and friends in Germany, time to stock up with wine and the last city to get the “once over”, Strasbourg, also a hotbed of EU activity which will become important as Dave, not our Dave) goes about getting an Extra Couple of Sausages (Copyright Dallheimers) for the UK or England if we don't have a happy family any more.
On arrival, ...
... The views going up and down on the ski lift were lovely of the village areas. It was also possible to ride down the hill on little braked carts but we gave that a miss. We continued further up the road to a parking area hoping to find the Sankenbach waterfall. We commenced the walk along the forest track but were told that there was little water falling and as it was late in the day we decided not to walk the hour or so. The driver needs their wits about ...
... so French-y, and I liked looking at the pastries in particular. There's this part of the city that's called Petite-France, originally slaughter houses & tanning-houses. Hence the roofs were really big so as to increase the surface area to dry the skins. Walked around for a bit then had lunch by the canals which was pretty ...