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Travel Blogs from Baden-Baden
... of completeness and perfection.” —Council of Europe. Paris, December 1955
The semi circular chamber had acoustics that allowed one to speak without a microphone and they could still be heard. Microphones are still used for language translation purposes. Everyone is permitted to speak in his or her native tongue and it will all be translated immediately. Most of the employees of the parliament work ...
... Parliament as explained by our guide.
The next big stop was to “La Petite France” located on the other side of the canal of the Grand Isle. This area had many cobblestone roads, restaurants, and medieval style buildings. This part of the trip was my favorite because I got to really experience the French-Germanic cultural interaction the best way I know how, through food! Besides the distinct architectural style of the ...
... home language, as long as the language is represented in the European Union. Every seat within the debate chamber has a headphone set and every member listening can tune in to different channels to listen to the language of their preference - English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Dutch and the list goes on!
The tour guide then took us to a small meeting/briefing room and explained how voting takes place. The Parliament meets in Strasbourg and Brussels and may have debate ...
... is a 13 step spa of massages, bathing, saunas and finished off with coffee.... Similar to a Turkish Hammam but longer. Men go one direction and women go the other and they only meet up to bathe together in the 2 central pools. There is one catch though..... It's all naked! We chickened out at the last minute both agreeing we felt a bit odd being naked around strangers. So instead we went to Caracalla thermal pools. ...
Today we woke up early and headed to the French city of Strasbourg, although in France it is just inside the border between France and Germany. Kira's godfather Jean-Luc and his family live just outside Strasbourg and showed me around this beautiful city. We had lunch at a traditional French restaurant, where I had a chicken voul a vent. After lunch Jean-Luc had a surprise for us, we went on a ...
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