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... from the inside and outside (there is even a red carpet like they have at the oscars that the members walk on for fancy occasions). We saw all the auditoriums and the huge conference room where all the members assemble, which was interesting but the tour guide was speaking German with a French accent making it impossible to understand most of what she was saying. Thankfully though, after seeing the parliament we were allowed go and explore Strassbourg France. Each time ...
... and traveled down alleys and saw all the beautiful buildings. One of my favorite parts was going into ancient church where their was a choral rehearsal and listening to the music fill the towers and watch the sun shine through the colorful stained glass windows. I also got a chance to try out my French. IT WAS TERRIBLE. I have discovered that I have forgotten all of my French now that I have been in Germany. It is so hard to speak two new and different languages at the same ...
... not. Apparently there is something new because I broke out into full blown mini hives all over and it was amanda saving the day with allergy Meds. We finally went to bed at 2am. Marlin got up and went to work and Amanda and I got up at 9 and went to breakfast. We are now ready to head to the streets and see some more France! Oh and find a pharmacy! Holy moly!!! Amanda and I had a successful morning. We found a pharmacy right outside the hotel and I was lucky enough that ...
... the city. there are a bunch of old narrow roads they in current times have been blocked off for driving and are only used for walking and biking. unfortuneately GPS doesn't recognize that and it tried to take us down a few of these 'roads'. we figured it out with only about a 15 minute delay in our arrival time and made it to the hotel at about midnight. the hotel is pretty amazing! each floor has ...
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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- Pets allowed