Campanile Strasbourg Ouest
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... before our next class Amy, Joel, Alinnette went to the bank to figure out what is going on- Amy still has no Pin number, Alinnette has two accounts neither of which she can deposit money into, and Joel has a negative balance. The bank teller says don’t panic it will be okay, I agree with him, but I guess that’s easy for me to say considering everything is fine with my account….as far as I know! Then we stopped ...
... dialect of the owner gave hint to some German influence on the French accent. The biggest giveaway was the menu, of which I ordered a very traditional German meal. A heavy helping of pork leg, sauerkraut, and a delicious beer flavored ice cream didn't last too long on my plate.
Afterward, we decided to visit the Cathedral Notre Dame de Strasbourg. By far, this was the most beautiful cathedral I had seen; characterized by iconic Gothic style. ...
... told it was free seating, we hurriedly walked into any open door looking for the best view. It turned out much of the audience had arrived much earlier than us, because Lina and I could only find two front seats in the left side of the Opera house. The "box" or seating section was a warm velvet red, with matching chairs. The lights that circled the opera suddenly dimmed and the spotlight was centered on four chairs on the stage. Multiple musicians came out through the red ...
... that on the website! Adam said it reminded him of that movie, where the Griswolds drove cross-country to go to Wally World, only to find that it was closed! We then drove through the town, back through Freiburg, back through the mountains that made me think of Lord of the Rings (so many things on this trip make me think of that and Merlin), and finally, home. The girls were good sports, though...not fussy at all on the trip. We're staying put ...
Today I went to Strasbourg at 6 am since I had to take a train. Upon arriving, I wander amongst most of the Christmas markets and saw the outside of the asymmetrical cathedral. I spent most of the afternoon at a park and in the main mall. Then I went to a CS Christmas meeting where we all danced, ate, drank hot wine, and exchanged gifts. Merry Christmas ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsCampanile Strasbourg Ouest
fitted for purpose, stayed one night and all was well, would use again.
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