Ibis Styles Strasbourg Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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A hiking trip plus the finest wine equals unbeatable fun! And this is what the renowned Alsace Wine Route offers to its visitors. The Alsace Wine Route is followed by many outdoor lovers and wine enthusiasts during the month of October. At this time the French region culminates the end of the grape harvest with a slew of festivals.So, this is the ideal period to make your way to the villages and vineyards that adorn France's most famous Wine Route. The route ...
... 8-9 hours with the transfers. We arrived at the Westin Grand Hotel (an SPG property) in the early evening. We found the Westin to be a very nice hotel. After checking in, we went out to a riverside cafe and both ordered "Flammkuchens". A Flammkuchen is an Alsatian and German - style pizza. Quite good. Tomorrow we get to explore ...
We arrived in Strasbourg at 0730 and boarded a canal boat for a cruise of this old city (the only French town we visit). A spectacular cathedral sits in the centre of the old town which is actually an island. It is considered one of the best examples of Gothic architecture and was certainly impressive. It contains beautiful stained glass windows and an astronomical clock which was finished in 1843 and replaced a previous clock from the late ...
... got into the routine of making sure we had both on board. Far too used to living in central London where neither of these essentials and far away at any time of day or night. But not in Erstein they're not.
We saw a bar close to the camp site and went in with hope but the unfriendly barman told us to go over the road to the hotel. When we got there, it was empty and expensive so I said we should head further into town. Another of my bright ideas.
We walked around ...
... before, the man ran heavily past the docent and me and hurtled down the stairs. I have no idea how he got back to the ship, as he was nowhere to be seen on the return coach voyage. As for the other man - equally strange! With our walking tour nearly over, and having been released by our guide to walk on our own, Patty and I were in a distant part of town, walking somewhat off the beaten path: narrow, cobblestoned streets and 3-story, mediaeval living structures crowding us ...