Balladins Strasbourg Lingolsheim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We got to sleep in this morning. We decided to have breakfast at 9.00 am. This was a little different as breakfast was served to us at the table. We had fresh orange juice, fruit, breads, cheeses and bacon and eggs. Packed the car after breakfast and went for a walk through the of town. Cars are not allowed in the old city. Strolled around for an hour of so and finally left Rhien Falls around 12.00 after a quick detour to the ...
This appears to be the centre of Europeanism and cafe culture (remember Tony wanted us all to have that so revised the licensing hours etc?
Anyway, we took the train into the city to “do” it.
Whilst lots of cities are the “same” each has it's own feeling and this place was good.
On arrival at the station, it wasn't the marble of Monaco but clean enough and relatively quiet ...
... are huge storages of firewood for the winter and we thought this homeowner had quite a unique storage system - up under the house eves. The closest biggish town is Achern in Germany with a population of around 25,000. It is a typical large town with a wide choice of shops and facilities. We did not explore, preferring the forested areas, but Peter did invest in a comfy pair of sandals to make walking in the forest much safer than using thongs/jandals. We ...
Stopped by at this city because we couldn't find anywhere to stay that was conveniently situated in between Switzerland and Cologne, hence we decided to stay in another country. The accommodation here was pretty bad, there were only bedding for 4, no wifi & the pillows were more like flat pieces of cotton. Anyways, the city ...
... been around since the 1700's and before it became a school, it was a church.
When I was at school, I met a very nice boy and he helped me do the activities that the class was doing.
The school only has 100 kids whereas my school has 900 kids! You can see that the school is just slightly different than mine. In every elementary school in France, the principal (le directeur) is a ...