Mercure Strasbourg Palais des Congres
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Monday April 04
Time to say AUF WIETERZEIN ( probably spelled wrong!) to Germany and BON JOUR to France! At least I will be able to read the menus!
We headed out to Trier and parked close to the Porta Negra…the old Roman gate. Trier is a large busy town, but the pedestrian center is old and very interesting. It was the Roman …
Strasbourg is famously known for its historical and cultural sights, picturesque ambience. It is also known as "petit France". We just stayed here for a night in holiday inn hotel. We did have a good tour though around the city. But the most unforgettable experienced i had in these city is when the moment i stepped out from our car, i found a coin …
... of completeness and perfection.” —Council of Europe. Paris, December 1955
The semi circular chamber had acoustics that allowed one to speak without a microphone and they could still be heard. Microphones are still used for language translation purposes. Everyone is permitted to speak in his or her native tongue and it will all be translated immediately. Most of the employees of the parliament work ...
The Alsace region of France may be the fifth smallest of the twenty-seven regions, but make no mistake because this part of France has a large amount of culture, history, and significance. Before I began to explore Strasbourg, the capital city of Alsace, all I could remember about the city was the close proximity to Germany. It drew my curiosity intensely, as I wondered about the impact of the French-Germanic cultural interactions. So, for my fourth trip in ...
... near the rose garden. Its structure is majestic and almost out of a story book. Alexis says its the perfect place to get proposed to, and I don't blame her! The entire park has an enchanting aura!
We circled the entire zoo and finally came up to the goats' and sheep's' habitat. They were separated into black and white and even brown! Joel found it hilarious that each goat represented one of us: Joel's goat was the one with "swag," Lina's goat was the one slowly trotting ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Strasbourg Palais des Congres
nice modern amenities and close to concert hall
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