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Travel Blogs from St-Dizier
... various flat breads, I wasn't sure what I had ordered but ended up with pork something, (from the waiters entering I think it was a hip) and some potatoes. After another walk through of the cathedral and exploring some squares we didn’t get to last time, we took some time to sit outside to enjoy a glass of wine and the sunshine at an outdoor café. Before we knew it we were heading back to the bus and on our way back ...
... glass was extremely impressive; it is said that during World War II seventy-four pieces of glass were taken by Hitler back to Germany and he declared the church as the national sanctuary of German people. U.S. forces later returned the glass after the war. Reading up on the history of the cathedral, the connection between the French and German cultures’ influence on the church’s history became quite clear.
In conclusion, by the end of ...
... enjoy our free time. We had a really jolly and fun bus driver - to wake us up he would turn on the lights and sign or say "Bonjour," "Au revoir!" and many other phrases to lighten the gloomy atmosphere created by the freezing rain in Strasbourg.
Only a few of us were carrying our umbrellas so we huddled in close together and searched for a restaurant! It was 1pm and we were starving! We found a restaurant called Au Quai de L'ill and all sat together. I ordered the meal of ...
While reading this post, think "National Lampoon's Vacation" - it'll be funnier that way. We had a great plan to take Grace over to Rust, Germany to see Europa Park. This is Europe's answer to Walt Disney parks...they even have a mouse-figurine. We looked on the website and it appeared to be open. On our way there, the three hours there, we went through several little towns and then through the Black Forest, where we drove through the mountains. ...
Today we woke up early and headed to the French city of Strasbourg, although in France it is just inside the border between France and Germany. Kira's godfather Jean-Luc and his family live just outside Strasbourg and showed me around this beautiful city. We had lunch at a traditional French restaurant, where I had a chicken voul a vent. After lunch Jean-Luc had a surprise for us, we went on a ...
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Route de Bar-Le-Duc, St-Dizier | 3 star hotelfrom $57
31 Mail Roland Garros, St-Dizier | 2 star hotelfrom $52
62 Rue Gambetta, St-Dizier | 3 star hotelfrom $93
15 avenue de Verdun, St-Dizier | Hotelfrom $26
32 Avenue de Verdun, St-Dizier | 2 star hotelfrom $55