Le Grand Hotel
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... front desk about possible resolutions and since the person there was covering in the early evening was probably not fully familiar with potential resolutions, she did telephone a friend of hers in an effort to resolve my problem. That however was unsuccessful. She did also have the manager come to my room later in the evening, but she also was unable to find a resolution. I am not totally without internet access as I am able to connect using my tablet, ...
... where I had duck terrine with pistachios, pork and sausages (including boudin noir) with saurkraut and then a millefeulle, all accompanied by a Riesling and Alsace Pinot Noir. After this I went back to the hotel to pack for my early train back to ...
... college students get degree. Unemployment is approx 11%. 20% of people under 27 are unemployed. Approx 30% of city was destroyed during war. Americans saved windows and artwork. Weather is overcast and windy. Got back to boat after visiting 8 of the 10 Christmas markets in Strasbourg in time to watch Christmas cookie ...
This morning a lunchtime flight to Strasbourg, and once I had put my stuff down at Hotel Esplanade near Observatoire I walked from the hotel into the centre of town. There were numerous Christmas markets spread throughout the town, a number with different themes, such as the Delicacies of the Alsace region and the Little Belgium Market. In the Delicacies of Alsace stands I had a pretzel and a vin ...
... a quaint village with a lot of old half timbered houses in it. We parked the car in an underground parking lot and headed out to look around. We visited the Dominican church and the Cathedral St. Martin. Then we walked over to the tanners quarter, where they used to tan leather hides in the 17th and 18th century. Then over to petite Venice, a series of canals that were dug so that all of ...