Hotel Chez Norbert
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... interesting perspective as I was directly in front of the window where each food order was placed by the kitchen staff awaiting delivery to customers by the wait staff. Everything looked quite delicious. They have regular meal selections and they also have a number of smaller Tapas-style plates as well. I ordered the pochierte Fischroulade mit Gemüse gefüllt mit Mandel-Reis (poached fish roll filled with vegetables and served with almond rice). All of the wines are ...
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 ...
... From here I went to the Cathedral, where there was a choir singing and a large nativity scene. In one corner there was also a Glockenspiel. Outside the Cathedral I had a cinnamon and sugar crepe and a vin chaud rouge. I continued through the other parts of the Christmas market, which gave me a really good opportunity to see the streets of Strasbourg. It's a really beautiful place where the ...
... and cafés. Even supermarkets must be closed. Cherry schnapps is a product of Black Forest. Licenses are passed through generations of family. Pear schnapps is product of lower valley. Cuckoo clock introduced 1700s. 1850 new design "station house" clock introduced. 2 weights means cuckoo and clock. 3 weights means cuckoo, clock and music. Yellow sandstone buildings were built while Colmar was under German control. Red sandstone built while ...
... I didn't have a problem. The concert was Antonin Dvořâk’s Stabat Mater presented by a combination of three choirs with soloists and orchestra. The church was almost filled to capacity. I had first heard a very small portion of this work nearly 20 years ago on CBS News Sunday Morning with Charles Kuralt being rehearsed by a Russian men’s chorus and found it to be enthralling. I had since heard a complete recording, but hearing it live was also quite ...