Mercure Strasbourg Centre
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... of the most popular landmarks in the Alsace Wine Route. These days, the chateau play host to several cultural events and programs held throughout the year. Other scenic landmarks you should definitely visit include the Kintzheim ch'teau, Scherwillerís Ortenbourg ch'teaux, the Hohlandsbourg fortress, the Three Ch'teaux in Eguisheim, and the captivating medieval ruins called "The Witch's Eye" in Thann. While here, you can get an amazing panorama of the Alsace region.
Today we traveled to Berlin by train. A little research showed that, if we traveled 10 minutes over the border to the German town of Kehl, riding the same train from Kehl was less than half the cost (than from Strasbourg). The train ride was pretty straightforward - once you figure out how to read German. We had a total travel time ...
... building and watched an educational video on the astronomical clock. Once the enormous interior was taken in, our group climbed to the top of this massive cathedral and were left breathless at the magnificent view. After the climb, we descended to eat the most delicious ice cream that we have ever tasted.
Next, the one and only John Hursh recommended we voyage by map to the European ...
... After walking some more, we went to a church called the Notre Dame, no not the famous one. It was gorgeous and had similar features to the other Notre Dame. For dinner, we went back to the restaurant next to the river, and had an amazing ...
... In the afternoon Warren and I split up for the optional excursions. I went on a bus tour of the French countryside in the Alsace region which included a wine tasting. Warren travelled to the tunnels of the Maginot line. This line of fortifications was constructed by France in the 1930s just inside the borders of Switzerland, Germany and Luxembourg. It didn't go along the Belgium border however and this is how the Germans invaded France during ...