Hotel Restaurant des Vosges
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... 8230; we managed to find a couple of stations that played shows in English later in the afternoon and evening. Our day was made!
Having the laziest day ever Lyndon did decide that we should at least eat well, so he cooked a perfect steak with béarnaise sauce and vegies for dinner. Perfect end to a perfect ...
... was so dry from screaming so much, but it was a hoot. I even went on it another three times throughout the day!! Fear conquered.
By the afternoon it had started to rain and we were all getting pretty tired …. well, Lyndon, Lil and I were getting tired. Spencer it seemed was an energiser bunny, running all over the place and when we had all had enough he even went on the pirate ship by himself. Although Lil resisted at first (that shows how much we had done as ...
... it’s a clearly marked parking place’. Conversation over!
After all of that stress and anguish we found out that the restaurant next door was not actually serving meals, however they were happy to cook for us. I had a look at the menu but nothing was in English and I had no idea what 90% of it was so I just couldn’t face the stress of the whole situation …. we moved on.
Although it was still a bit of a drive away, after ...
... The fete turned out to be more of a huge trash and treasure, and we didn’t really see too much treasure but it was nice to have a walk around with the locals. We eventually found some food choices too, one of which was a BBQ being run by the local soccer, oh sorry, football team. When one of the older men realised that we didn’t speak French he yelled out to see if any of the younger guys spoke English and thankfully one stepped forward. Having said that, pointing to ...
... took her drugs. We then decided to have our Christmas Day lunch picnic, which involved ham and cheese croissants, and a loaf of bread with pesto, cheese and left over sliced ham, with a few glasses of red. Colleen told me that the red wine would help her head. While Colleen was recovering from her migraine for the remainder of the afternoon, we just chilled in our room relaxing and having naps. Well tonight is our last night in Strasbourg, so we have booked ...