Ibis Styles Strasbourg Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... fear of making phone calls or engaging in conversation, her preference not to ask for directions, her complete avoidance of any potential conflict. The whine negates her need to be involved in any of this because her loving family rises to meet her discomfort in this area. It is sometimes frustrating but more often endearing. We all have our strengths and weaknesses.
Jennifer and I like wine. This will not come as a ...
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I worked really ******* this for my class. I made up all the sentences and my mom and I worked on the translation and pronunciation. Hopefully some of the kids in my virtual French class will see it.
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... and although there is another modern set up (more like a huge swimming complex) and one more elaborate for the rich and famous, I decided to take the plunge in the more traditional atmosphere. Also given its age and the fact that many famous people have been here before me was enough convincing for me.
Thursday afternoon was particularly bleak so I decided that no better opportunity to try the warm mineral spa baths that has made this town famous, ...
After a trip to Colmar France, we stopped at the midway point back home at Baden Baden. We had afternoon tea at the hotel and then explored the Casino, Theater, and beautiful surroundings. We spent the afternoon relaxing at the Caracalla Therme Baths. One thing I've learned how to do since being in Europe is to disconnect on the weekends and enjoy life and Baden Baden is the place to do ...
... of Hochfelden, the artificially deformed skull of Dachstein...to name just a few
2 Musée de Beaux-Arts – Fine Arts Museum
The museum covers 500 years of painting in Europe. We saw the most important ones:
- Giotto: The Crucifixion
- Raphael: Portrait of a young woman (about 1520)
- Pieter De Hooch: Going for a Walk (around 1664)
- Willem Claez Heda: ...