Mercure Strasbourg Sud
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... town. We walked right around the outside circle then had lunch at the Auberge des Trois Châteaux. I ate Boeuf, Porc, Agneau, Pommes de Terre et Légumes, which was a stew, with beef, pork, lamb, potatoes and vegetables and a Marron, chestnut vermicelli, parfait for dessert. Byron shared a beef dish with Werner, huge, almost like a BBQ very fitting for the day. After dinner Werner and Byron had a fabulous, 25 ...
It only took us just under an hour to drive to Strasbourg, parked in the carpark under the the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. From here you have a great view across the river to the old town. See photo. We walked into town to the main square were you find the cathedral and a world famous restaurant Maison Kammerzell 16 place de la Cathedrale. See photo. What an experience! I dined ...
... was not reconstructed and it was ruined. However in the year 1802, the land came under the authority of King Frederick I of Württemberg who instead built a hunting lodge at that place.
In the year 1837, the land passed to his nephew Duke Wilhelm of Urach who built the current castle in 1840- 1842. The unique design of the castle which ...
... that, we went to the local cafe and had sandwiches on freshly-baked cheesy bread and coffee and tea. Back in the car, we started on the windy roads. At times, we seemed to have the entire road to ourselves. The roads were windy and some of the edges had sheer drops with no guard rails. We took it really slow and probably annoyed the occasional local that got stuck behind us. There's no way the speed limit ...
... Luther preached for about 30 years. Albert Schweitzer was a Dr of theology and professor at the Strasbourg University before he went to Africa. He was the pastor at the other large church not far from the cathedral. We had lunch at a small street cafe Margots Restaurant and had Alsation food which was quite different of bacon, sourkraught and egg on a thin crepe. ...