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It only took us just under an hour to drive to Strasbourg, parked in the carpark under the the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. From here you have a great view across the river to the old town. See photo. We walked into town to the main square were you find the cathedral and a world famous restaurant Maison Kammerzell 16 place de la Cathedrale. See photo. What an experience! I dined ...
... not used to, makes Perth look like a very small country town. Dublin was a little more at my pace. With the centre of the city probably around the same size foot print of Perth's CBD, was easy to get around with the tram that cuts through the heart of the city. Was great to experience Ireland, even though it was just only Dublin, I am sure we would come back another time in the future, and explore the Ireland country side. Was great to catch up with Alan and David ...
Great Christmas. Started last night with a service at the Truchtersheim church. Catholic service in French. Couldn't understand a thing but the priest was very tallented. He did some great hands free singing. He needs a new cracker, he broke his one, at least he shared it! We then went back to Paul and Odell's (fabs rents) house for dinner and had a full cooked salmon and a huge French dessert. Continued today with present giving and ...
We went to the local shops and bought two new jackets, pair of shoes, two scarves, two jumpers, three pairs of gloves and walkie talkies. Possible more but I don't remember. It is much cheaper for winter stuff here. Really good quality and looks fantastic. We spent way too much. Later the day we caught the bus to Strasbourg to see the Christmas markets. We walked through a massive shopping centre to get to the markets. I had to pee so went into Meccas ...
... The portion was wayyyy to generous even for our giant Singaporean appetite!
We got lost walking there and lucky for us, we saw two beavers frolicking around in the river. It was quite an experience as the only 'wildlife' we get back home in urban zones are crows, pigeons and recently, rats (hello ...