Hotel de l'Orangerie

Address: 58, allée de la Robertsau, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Orangerie Est area of Strasbourg, is near European Parliament, Bains municipaux, Palace of Europe (Palais de l'Europe), and Rue des Juifs.
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    Travel Blogs from Strasbourg

    Getting Ready for my Return Home

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Dec 10, 2014

    1 comment, 59 photos

    ... unable to do at the hotel. Walking back to the hotel, I did quite a bit of window shopping and went into an art dealer’s shop in which I saw some items of interest in the window. One interesting work of art was a very early piece by Andy Warhol which was in a style quite different from his later works. She also had quite a few works by
    Picasso, Chagall, Dali and other artists of that and more recent periods. After spending a couple of hours ...

    IGBMC

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Dec 01, 2014

    2 photos

    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, France

    A travel blog entry by jgilmer on Dec 01, 2014

    5 photos

    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 ...

    Marche de Noel

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Nov 30, 2014

    17 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Our only French stop... This time

    A travel blog entry by dannib on Nov 15, 2014

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    ... then French several times so it is a real mix of cultures hence the pigs knuckles and sauerkraut. La Petite France is a very old part of Strasbourg that is built on a series of canals. It is quaint and very walkable. In fact all of the old city is walkable.

    The modern art museum was great, I was really surprised at the quality and variety of the pieces and installations.

    We are only about 5 kms ...

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