Victoria Garden Strasbourg
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... metres at temperatures ranging from 18 to 38 degrees centigrade. It was awesome :) Relaxing was the theme of the day and afterwards we found it necessary to stroll through the city once again and do a little retail therapy at Pandora and H & M! This was a truly lovely conclusion to a wonderful time here on the other side of the ...
... once again could only be attempted on my iphone5 camera. We looked out onto Switzerland, Germany and France. Is that even possible? Yes!! Then back to the apartment for coffee and kuchen - well you know that is what you must do in Germany. When in Rome ........................ Eleonore outdid herself of course and we HAD to try all three types of cake that were offered. One was more delicious than the other with the ...
... stunning. I really can't find enough superlatives - haha. Even on the bus to get up to the cable car, the homes, gardens, trees were sooo beautiful. What a wonderful part of the world this is! After trying to take in the scenery, and watching a paraglider take off from the summit, we returned to the city and had a late German traditional lunch - pork, sauerkraut etc. Today, being Sunday, the shops were only open from 1:00pm - 6:00pm. ...
... Bachs Klavierkonzerte with 4 pianos! I am particularly looking forward to it! This area is noted for its thermal spas and we found several on our walk. Most shops are closed today - we don't know why?!? We thought Saturday would be busy, but we were wrong. However, we did find all the restaurants and Konditerei (bakeries) were open! We seem to have a knack for finding these - ...
Two sweet nights spent in Strasbourg, staying with a friend I met on exchange in Japan. As I've probably mentioned in earlier blog entries, I'm so lucky to have gone on that exchange, for I've met such wonderfully friendly people. Many of them I haven't seen in the 5 years since I returned home from Japan, but meeting up with them now is as familiar and easy as if I was popping into their dorm room for a cuppa or wandering the streets of ...