Hotel El Andaluz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Two sweet nights spent in Strasbourg, staying with a friend I met on exchange in Japan. As I've probably mentioned in earlier blog entries, I'm so lucky to have gone on that exchange, for I've met such wonderfully friendly people. Many of them I haven't seen in the 5 years since I returned home from Japan, but meeting up with them now is as familiar and easy as if I was popping into their dorm room for a cuppa or wandering the streets of ...
This morning we did the Rick Steves walking tour of Colmar. It is such a charming place. There is a fantastic and huge market place with fresh meats, fish, cheeses, sweets, and other "produits de Alsace". We enjoyed it. Then we decided to take the car to a couple more nearby villages, Eguisheim and Turckheim. Eguisheim was recently voted one of "the most beautiful villages in France". It was certainly charming! Round outer walls and an inner wall as well. All of the lanes ...
... have a very unique Alsace style, with very steep rooftops. Interesting thing, our guide consider herself French, but her grandparents and great grandparents were Germans. However, during the WWII, her parents had to join the mass evacuation of the city as Hitler was coming in. The huge stained glass windows that lined the Cathedral of our Lady were stolen by the Germans, but somehow they were all brought back and reinstalled. Total steps walked today 20,537 or 9.4 ...
I awoke at 3am this morning and Billy Preau gave me a play by play analysis of the LSU-Ole Miss game. So happy the Tigers pulled it out!! We found a small bakery this morning and got some pastries and cafe au lait. Then we cheered on the hundreds of folks starting a marathon throughout the town. We have spent today touring Strasbourg on a boat and on foot. It's a college town and a small big city. Petite France is the very old part and it is ...
Thursday, October 23, 2014 Strasbourg • Baden-Baden tour So much happiness, excitement and joy yesterday! We welcome our grandson Edward Oliver. We will be calling him Oliver. Ed is thrilled to have the first name in his honor. It is amazing to feel so much love when you have only heard him on the phone, and seen him in photos! What a miracle! We had a cocktail party with our friends and the Captain to celebrate. This is our ...