Hotel Mercure Sud

Address: Rye dy 23 Novembre, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67540, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rye dy 23 Novembre, Strasbourg, is near Musee Alsacien, Place Gutenberg, Musee d'Art Moderne et Contemporain, and Eglise Saint-Nicolas.
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Final Days in Gengenbach

A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Aug 02, 2015

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... for the locals - which is evident at this restaurant. Pretty cool tradition for locals to drop by and they always have a table to share. The food here is unbelievable it is so good. What a night! I managed to get quite a few grand photos on my wandering around the Markplatz and many side streets while I was in Gengenbach, especially on Sunday. My favourite lane for picture taking was Angel Lane or Engelgasse. What a wonderful vibe in this ...

Offenburg orthotics, shopping, and Ladies Night

A travel blog entry by joanieliz on Aug 01, 2015

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... and it was fun popping in and out of shops in this great little city. Ladies Night in Gengenbach The calendar was unique this trip!!! I really lucked in to "Ladies Night" in Gengenbach while I was visiting! Ladies Night is a musical evening, fashion show, shopping, eating, and sipping extravaganza that happens once a year with the main square closed for the evening. It is all decorated ...

One the road through multiple countries

A travel blog entry by oaklanders on Jul 24, 2015

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We drove through Belgium, Luxembourg then back into France.  Overall quite a straightforward journey to Selestat and a much nicer hotel than last night, albeit from the same chain - just newer I guess. We wander into Selestat in search of a ...

Moving Downstream

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 01, 2015

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... a tumultuous past. At times it was part of Germany then part of France, then part of Germany, and then finally back to France where it currently resides. For some people this occurred over only one generation (during war years).

Strasbourg is the 7th largest city in France and has a population of 272,000 people
(760,000 in the metro area), of which 50,000 are college students. The University of Strasbourg, founded in 1538, ...

German-French Fusion

A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on May 07, 2015

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... I like in a city. The first day I went to Colmar. Easy enough, just a half an hour train away. Stepping off the train I did not expect much. I couldn't quite understand why everyone I had talked to raved about how cute this city was. It does become quickly apparent however as I walked just 5 minutes to reach the main city. No better word comes to mind than adorable. Almost all the buildings are heritage buildings, brightly painted with wood frames. A very clear German and ...