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Travel Blogs from Strasbourg
... I set out to find its location. After a 30-minute walk I found the general area and was pointed to a tobac shop. Apparently convenience stores hold packages! On the way home I grabbed a sandwich before I was off to class at 2:00.
February 22, 2014
Woke up bright and early to take the corporate communication case study exam. Writing essays is exhausting! I can only hope I did well, fingers crossed! Since we had ...
... glass was extremely impressive; it is said that during World War II seventy-four pieces of glass were taken by Hitler back to Germany and he declared the church as the national sanctuary of German people. U.S. forces later returned the glass after the war. Reading up on the history of the cathedral, the connection between the French and German cultures’ influence on the church’s history became quite clear.
In conclusion, by the end of ...
... and I woke up around 9am in order to get ready for a symphony at the Opera National de Lorraine. On our way back home on Thursday, we had all stopped to peak into the Opera and Lina and I ended up purchasing tickets for the symphony. So early in the morning we got all dressed up and walked towards Place Stanislas, where the Opera house is located. I guess there is a misconception that one must dress "fancy" to attend an opera (or maybe it depends on the show and/or time), but we ...
While reading this post, think "National Lampoon's Vacation" - it'll be funnier that way. We had a great plan to take Grace over to Rust, Germany to see Europa Park. This is Europe's answer to Walt Disney parks...they even have a mouse-figurine. We looked on the website and it appeared to be open. On our way there, the three hours there, we went through several little towns and then through the Black Forest, where we drove through the mountains. ...
... seeing the main sites of the city. After that, we went and saw the cathedral, although foggy we walked up to the top of the building and saw a fantastic view over the city, apparently on a clear day you can see as far as Paris. For dinner we went to a traditional French pub and had flammkuchen, a pizza like base with cream and other various toppings like bacon, onion, cheese, mushrooms and even ...
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