Les Alisiers Hotel-Restaurant
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... back out, with all intentions to go into the city. However, we had a little detour through the Susi, where the 20 year anniversary celebration was going on. It was a huge party in the middle of the houses and was amazing! Live music, delicious home-made food for a donation of 1-3 €, and a lady performer who climbed ropes acrobatically ...
... be hosting a huge crazy party in a house- it was awesome!! Lights everywhere, sweet music, c00l ass hippies and dreads hangin and dancin. We went down these spiral stairs that had a red-light lined railing and found ourselves in a bangin basement that had a mini electronic show going on. And we were about 6 inches from the DJ. Germans just do it right. Espeically the ones in Vauban. A good end to a great, unexpected day.
... times it's vegan). A donation is suggested, but many people also help cook the food, set up the plates, clean up, etc. I paid 2€ for a .5L beer and a full plate of potato salad, cucumber/tomato/onion salad, spinach and garlic, some sort of grain- all in all, it was delicious, homemade, and 2€. A pretty good deal I'd say. It's an easy bike ride there too (minus the huge, unexpected hill right before the entrance, but I ...
... time to get to where they need to be, meaning I stand out amongst the crowd as I tear through the streets at my normal, high-speed pace (developed due to my proximity to NYC and my horrible time management that I have to deal with during Rochester winters). I've been learning to slow down and to leave about 20 minutes earlier than I would plan, and so far so good. Mel would be proud. HOWEVER, this slow tempo really ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed