Ibis Styles Strasbourg Gare
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... get our supplies and head back to the hotel. We meet in Liz & Russ's room for drinks and the final download of photos from cameras and gopro. We even managed a bottle of creamy Limonchello. Dinner tonight was in the hotels restaurant. Liz had fish and the rest had veal schnitzel. The meals very large and full of flavour. Most enjoyable meal for our last dinner on the 2015 tour. Back to our room for a final Limonchello night ...
... shirt which explained the difficulty in supply.
The striking part of that is, as ever, we wonder how any assistant in Newcastle would be able to react if someone came in speaking French?
All very pleasant and we returned on the train for tea in Obernai.
We are now definitely on the final part of the trip with our German visits and the imminent return to the UK which Liz is keen on, myself, less so.
... 30 (that may well have to be moved to the lounge) which will be onion cake and a glass of wine just in case anyone's peckish. An hour later it will be lunch, today I think we are going for the lighter version served in the lounge, then at 2 when the coaches arrive to take us into Strasbourg for a walking tour, hopefully it will have brightened up a bit and we won't ...
... balcony. Note the price of diesel (which the Peugeot uses) is €1.209 per litre ($A1.76/$NZ1.90) but fortunately we only use about 6.4 litres per 100 kms so doesn't work out too expensive. Friday morning was again a beautiful day so we headed down to the village to explore. There are not a lot of shops but what seems like hundreds of accommodation and restaurant facilities. It is a very pretty village with lots of flowers at this time of the year. ...
... so French-y, and I liked looking at the pastries in particular. There's this part of the city that's called Petite-France, originally slaughter houses & tanning-houses. Hence the roofs were really big so as to increase the surface area to dry the skins. Walked around for a bit then had lunch by the canals which was pretty ...