Kyriad Strasbourg Nord Palais des Congres
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On Tuesday I went downstairs for breakfast at the hotel. I find the hours that they serve breakfast to be most interesting in that it is from 8 AM until 11 AM. While I am not typically an early-riser, this seems quite late for breakfast in general in such establishments. Afterwards I asked at the front desk for the location of the local Christkindelsmarkt (Christmas Market) and also ...
... 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 ...
... because of Germany's strict preservation rules, as marked on the numerous signs we saw which stated the "let it be" philosophy towards the forest and that it would take care of itself. We hiked up to the Altes Schloss, an 11-century castle. While mostly in ruins, enough of it was still standing that we could walk along the battlements, check out some rooms, and climb to the top of the tallest tower. From there, 580 metres above sea level, we saw on this clear ...