Auberge du Cheval Blanc
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... liked the gothic architecture. Nobody was talking and all the candles were lighted so you felt as if you were in another world. I went into the church alone because all of my classmates have grown up around beautiful churches and are not the least bit interested in them (which I find a bit sad). After the church, I explored the streets with my friends Leo and Fulya and we sipped our hot drinks and ate our croissants which is always a pretty good way to spend your time in ...
... I can't remember a thing other than hello, good bye, and the song "voulez vous coucher avec moi ce soir". After France, the rest of the weekend was spent eating at an Italian Restaurant (the owner was was excited that an American had come to his restaurant that I was served first and he brought me the food himself) and looking at an art exhibition on Sunday. After spending four and a half hours in traffic (I thought I was going to die) my Aunt and I returned home and fell ...
Our Monday started after our train got in at almost 10 pm and Marlin drove Strasbourg France. Did you know that roads just STOP? Yep. GPS sucks here and there was mini heated words about turning the wrong way down and one way and then backing up and turning where it was not allowed. I Called the hotel and he told me he did not know where we were. Great! So we parked in an underground lot and walked with all of our bags down cobble stone and brick streets. We were tired ...
... new shoes buy one get one 50% off. score! they are like baby clouds on my feet and super cute. stephanie and i had a wonderful lunch of gnocchi and pizza and a bit of wine. on the walk home from shopping we stopped at a local pub with the most beautiful wood tables. met up with marlin and had a wonderful dinner and we even had room for desert. now we are all super tired and trying to plan out our tomorrow.
So, heading further south and we get to the city on the banks of the Rhine that has no idea what nationality it is having been French, German, Austrian, German and now French!
Lovely city, however, and our guide was soooo French!!!
The day began with a canal trip around the city (as the centre of the city is an island bordered by the canal). This is very picturesque and is another world heritage site. Then a visit to ...
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