Hotel le Gouverneur
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel le Gouverneur
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel le Gouverneur Obernai
Travel Blogs from Obernai
... 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 ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... to be allowed on. There were heaps of other activities, playgrounds, rides etc which we absolutely dominated. On night 2 there was a disco in our hotel which Jesse was the star of. All the songs were German, but he didn't seem to mind busting out some pretty awesome breakdancing manoeuvres and scaring many of the kids there. It seemed to work for him though and before he knew it he was holding hands with a nice German girl busting some more moves. He is going to ...
True or False: Switzerland has the most official languages of any European country. The Netherlands however only speak Hollandish, but it all sounded Dutch to me.
Today was our most international, 3 meals in as many countries and a flying visit to Lichtenstein. Bacon rolls, pizza and the most expensive Subway in the world.
Despite having spent 8 days in the car we had not had a crossed word, but that was about to change. Another long driving day ended ...