Deutscher Kaiser Hotel
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- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Great Christmas. Started last night with a service at the Truchtersheim church. Catholic service in French. Couldn't understand a thing but the priest was very tallented. He did some great hands free singing. He needs a new cracker, he broke his one, at least he shared it! We then went back to Paul and Odell's (fabs rents) house for dinner and had a full cooked salmon and a huge French dessert. Continued today with present giving and ...
... before Colleen started to not feel well. It was about a 15min walk from our hotel, so while we strolled along to the cathedral, we saw more of the sites we viewed in the last stages of the river cruise, and the tropical area of Strasbourg. Photos attached. When we walked into the Le 1741 restaurant, we were greeted by staff that spoken pretty good English, so tonight will be a good night. They didn't have a set menu, but you had a choice of many different ...
... what it actually was. At the end of the dinner we had a schnapps (a local tradition) and an espresso. The schnapps was alike a weaker version of grappa, I don't think Colleen enjoyed it that much. After we washed down the schnapps with the espresso we had a quick walk around the Cathedral of Notre Dame, as the markets were closed and the streets were very very quiet. Was a nice way to end the day with a quiet walk through the streets back to the ...
We went to the local shops and bought two new jackets, pair of shoes, two scarves, two jumpers, three pairs of gloves and walkie talkies. Possible more but I don't remember. It is much cheaper for winter stuff here. Really good quality and looks fantastic. We spent way too much. Later the day we caught the bus to Strasbourg to see the Christmas markets. We walked through a massive shopping centre to get to the markets. I had to pee so went into Meccas ...
... supermarket-bought salmon, prawns and crabs. Our one true restaurant meal was at this far-flung place (if you choose to walk like we did) in Schiltigheim. Aux Quatre Vents was a true gem. We stumbled into a little cosy house, not knowing what was on the menu. We had escargots, rabbit meat, lagsana, spatzle, salad ...