Novotel Saint Avold
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... snakes that once haunted the city until St Clement arrived in the 12th century and drove out all the snakes from the town on the condition the townspeople stopped praying to false gods. Gerorges kindly gave us a guide book on the Cathedral which has proved valuable in explaining the interesting history of this town.
We then began a walking tour of the city, which included a visit to the ...
... so it has strong ties to the military.
In Sarrebourg we also spent sometime shopping at the local L.Eclerc Supermarket, now our favourite shopping chain in France, for a few days supply. Nathan could not pass up buying some canned Cassolutte that Thiery got us onto in Montauban. Kate was not as excited about this as Roy was. She would have much preferred mums spaghetti bolognese.
After Sarrebourg we visited the amazing Saint Louis ...
... old tank traps marking the edge of roads. They would have been used at check points on roads during the war.
Only 1 problem today as some idiot had dumped a ton of grass cuttings into the canal which was right at the exit to a lock. We tried to avoid it but there was no room to manoeuvre and so just tried to float through, but it totally blocked our engine water intake. We pulled into the side as soon as practical and John remembered Ted ...
... think pteradacyl)]. After some deliberation, everyone at our table went in for the Mi-cuit dessert (chocolate lava cake).
Our second night started with a Belgian Noel Grimberger beer at O'Carolan's pub. We then met all the delegates at the Garden Ice Cafe for a fixed-menu dinner. When I chose the martini apertif option, I was surprised that it was ONLY Martini vermouth. Who makes a martini without vodka or ...
... The most shocking pieces were recreations of faces, based on real victims, that had been damaged by shrapnel; entire segments were either missing or distorted. I was immediately reminded of a character in Boardwalk Empire who wears a mask to hide his own similar injuries. A separate exhibit by Sol Lewitt contained black & white geometrical wall drawings - a bizarre but interesting take on line segments, shapes and their descriptions. ...