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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... a variety of vegetables and cashew nuts, tangy) along with a glass of plum wine. It was refreshing and provided an interesting departure from my typical, recent dining fare. I returned to my hotel for a relaxing evening making plans on things to do in my remaining two days here. One technology issue has surfaced in my new hotel. Although they have WiFi throughout the building I was unable to successfully log-in using my laptop computer. I inquired ...
Today I was out at IGBMC Strasbourg all day where I gave a talk and met with a lab head. After a day in the lab I walked back to the markets, where I bought some Christmas baubles and then had dinner at an Alsacatian restaurant near the Cathedral called the ...
Strasbourg was previously under German control. 1681 came under France control. 1940 back under German control. 1945 back under France. Some people changed nationality 4 times. Castroville,Texas was founded by people from Strasbourg area who speak Alsace. 460,000 inhabitants of Strasbourg. 1 in 4 is under 25 yoa. Only ...
... can definitely be seen. The main form of transport is a tram, which is great to see different parts of the city without being below ground. In the last section of the market I had a sausage on a roll with some mustard, before going back to the hotel for an early night. Jumping in the shower at the hotel, the hot water was hot when it hit my shoulders, but was stone cold by the time in reached my ...
... and were on an escorted tour. The most interesting car was a Ferrari F40. Basically its a race car that has been made street legal. It can do over 200mph easily. It had to be 3 feet wider than our car. I don't know how he got it down the narrow streets of the village.
The next morning we got packed and headed to Colmar. Today is Stacy's 67th birthday. Happy Birthday Stacy!