Cour Du Corbeau Hotel- MGallery Collection
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After 4 fun filled days/nights, we had to say good bye to Paris and Eiffel Tower, and moved onto the next stage of our holiday in Strasbourg, which is located within the France border onto Germany. Colleen had originally picked Strasbourg for Christmas as it is the one of preferred places in Europe for Christmas Markets. After leaving the hotel …
... It makes for a very pretty view from the canal.
We also went to the Cathedral of Notre Dame which was breathtaking. The outside is so detailed, I can't imagine how long it took to build it up. The inside was also very pretty but the best part was climbing to the top to look out over the whole city. The climb was very tiring and steep but coming back down was even scarier, I thought I was going to fall down all 600 steps!
After a shortened school day this morning and armed with a GPS loaned from the owners of the Gite, we headed off to the city of Strasbourg. We have been told by many people on our trip that Strasbourg is beautiful so we were quite looking forward to the visit, and we were not disappointed. This medium sized city boasts some wonderful old half timbered houses which look more suited to Germany than what you would normally see in ...
... to drive down the hill to Lutzelbourg, a long 8km away to the ruins of Chateu de Lutzelbourg, which sits at 322m above the little village of Lutzelbourg. The ruins date back 1125 in places, and it is open all year around allowing visitors an unimpeded visit. We spent a lovely, but cold, forty minutes here playing hide and seek in the ruins and finding the best place for a family photo. A young cat that decided ...
... area called Port de Plaisance. This 312km long canal comprising of 155 locks connects the river Marne near Paris with the Rhine River in Strasbourg providing Paris with a link to eastern France. It was iced over this afternoon and we all spent time bouncing rocks on the ice and then finally, had a competition who could break the ice. Kate won this with a huge rock that she found nearby.
After our walk we drove a short distance into the hills above the town to ...