Cerf d'Or (Au)

Address: 6, place de l'Hôpital, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Krutenau Centre Ouest area of Strasbourg, is near Musee Alsacien, Musee de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame, Musee des Beaux-Arts, and Eglise Saint-Nicolas.
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    Travel Blogs from Strasbourg

    Final Days in Gengenbach

    A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Aug 02, 2015

    25 photos

    ... ride in known space (about a minute by all estimations) in order to get us to where we were going. We made it to our reservation for dinner and were treated to one of the most delectable meals at The Muhlenhof Landhotel Restaurant. It is one of M&W's favourites, and now it is one of mine! We were fortunate to have a reservation for that night as they were closing for their holidays over the next few weeks! Saturday Market in Gengenbach, ...

    Offenburg orthotics, shopping, and Ladies Night

    A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Aug 01, 2015

    9 photos

    The first full day that I was here, we made a trip to the nearby town of Offenburg, which also has a lovely old town area in which to wander, and enjoyed looking around in the shops, wandering to the local orthotics maker (where I had my feet tickled with amazing technology), and then the three of us had lunch in at a favourite spot in a lovely cobblestoned area. Offenburg is close ...

    One the road through multiple countries

    A travel blog entry by oaklanders on Jul 24, 2015

    3 photos

    ... being tempted by a vegetarian place, we end up in a pizza restaurant.  Nothing to complain about but a long wait for the food. On our walk to and from Selestat we walk past what turned out to be a neo-medieval water tower, completed in 1906. ...

    A big thank you and answers for 2D

    A travel blog entry by allenfamily2015 on Jul 16, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... side. Lots of people ride a bike here and there are special lanes for them and they even have their own traffic lights. Many people speak more than one language. We have heard lots of French and German and English, especially in Strasbourg which is right on the French German boarder. Many of the buildings here are very old - older than Mr Horbury, actually older than Australia has been colonised!! Many people including our cousins live in apartments and they don't have a back ...

    Day 8 - Strasbourg and The Alsace Wine Region

    A travel blog entry by adamkaiser on Jun 01, 2015

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... we saw the transept. And then, in the south transept, we saw the astronomical clock. Quite amazing! Nearly 60 feet tall, built in the 19th century, the clock represents leap years and equinoxes (but not, sadly, winning lottery numbers). Legend has it that the clock's creator had his eyes gouged out when done - so as not to be able to reproduce his masterpiece (Patty: This is actually the legend, which I hope is not true.) Animated figures on the clock launch into ...