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... next day we went to the Park de L'Orangerie to have a picnic in the sun. It was a beautiful day and the entire city was out and about. The park was really cool, secluded in the forest and had a bunch of different hiking trails that went around a little pond in the center. We ended the day at the history museum of Strasbourg which was very fun for a history junky like me. It followed the city from the 17th century to the 20th century ...
... of the bell tower. The trip home tonight took a little longer than expected due to heavy traffic and then the GPS leading us down some obscure and narrow back roads into the mountains before finally bringing us out near Haselbourg. It was an interesting drive and we were happy that we didn’t pass too many other cars going in the opposite direction as it would have made for some interesting but tense moments on the narrow ...
... to drive down the hill to Lutzelbourg, a long 8km away to the ruins of Chateu de Lutzelbourg, which sits at 322m above the little village of Lutzelbourg. The ruins date back 1125 in places, and it is open all year around allowing visitors an unimpeded visit. We spent a lovely, but cold, forty minutes here playing hide and seek in the ruins and finding the best place for a family photo. A young cat that decided ...
... France. The restoration of this castle is impressive, and made even more memorable by the fact that fresh snow was falling providing a nice touch of white over the area. We spent a good two hours exploring the castle and then went in search of a warm lunch. We discovered the castle had a cosy restaurant attached to it and we decided it would be fun to eat inside the castle walls. We had a nice lunch enjoying the atmosphere however, our high spirits ...
... the grounds and gardens of the impressive Rohan Castle, which dates from 1780 and at one point in its history had been converted to military barracks by Napoleon III. Today, it is still in use with one wing a Primary School, one a museum, one a youth hostel and another a theatre.
We then moved onto the main street called Grand' Rue or Grand Street in English which as previously mentioned, is full of beautiful half timbered buildings with some them dating back ...
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