Hotel Restaurant les Pins
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the house. I got a selfie stick :) Then we had lunch at my Fabs parents house again. Odell is a fantastic cook! We had entree of garlic butter escargot(snails). I had 15 snails and after huge negativity for trying them for 6 months, Ashleigh caved and had 5. They certainly weren't as bad as she thought. Main was served and we had wild boar. Apparently it has been alive and running around a week earlier. It was fantastic. Tasted like ...
... took her drugs. We then decided to have our Christmas Day lunch picnic, which involved ham and cheese croissants, and a loaf of bread with pesto, cheese and left over sliced ham, with a few glasses of red. Colleen told me that the red wine would help her head. While Colleen was recovering from her migraine for the remainder of the afternoon, we just chilled in our room relaxing and having naps. Well tonight is our last night in Strasbourg, so we have booked ...
... buy some food and wine for nibbles tomorrow, including breakfast. We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing and enjoying the quiet downtime before we go out to dinner. Tonight we book a table at Le Pfifferbriader. The food was amazing. We enjoyed it far better than the place the night before. They had a 5 course set menu being it was Christmas, but we had no idea what each course was as it was all written in French, so we just enjoyed it, even ...
... automatic ordering machines. Touch screen computers that take your order so you don't have to queue. The best thing ever. Anyway we continued onto the markets after waiting ages for Linda and Ashleigh to finish shopping... The city is coated in lights. Every street and building has Christmas lights and decorations! The markets were excellent. We browsed the various stalls of Christmas decorations, ornaments, nicknacks, crepes, pizza baguettes, toffee ...
Traveling to Strasbourg from Freiburg (and back!) costs us only 13 Euros each. And of cos, about an hour of our time. Feels exactly like the journey from Singapore to Johor Bahru (inclusive of traffic-jams).
We spent most days pigging out on croissants, baguettes, fresh ...