Holiday Inn Express Hotel Strasbourg
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Right after my friend Evann left, I traveled with my class to Strasbourg France to see the European Parliament. In my political science class, we have been studying the parliament and its role in world politics. It is a multinational parliamentary assembly consisting of 736 members and 27 of the EU's countries and is the only political group that is directly elected by the people. After a three hour drive we arrived at the European Parliament which is a really futuristic ...
La ciudad de Bühl es parte del distrito de Rastatt, en el suroeste del estado de Baden-Württemberg, Alemania. Tiene una población de alrededor de 29.000, y está situado en la región entre el Valle del Rin y la Selva Negra.
Es realmente un lugar increíble, el lugar por el que anduvimos se llama Gertelbach-Rundweg, es donde comienza la Selva Negra. El recorrido que hicimos es por el costado de una cascada (Wasserfall)
Bueno, miren las fotos :)
... jumped off the plate aka me grabbing the spoon wrong and making an ass out of myself by burning my hand) as we waited for our entree. Who would have thought salmon and sauerkraut? But it was beyond good!! We were full and wandered back to the hotel. We are all Packed and ready for another adventure tomorrow! Amanda and I are going to take a train to Colmar and do some more sight seeing!! P.s I found leather pants....we won't even go there! And Marlin's umbrella is in the ...
... seating area -4th floor is the best with a large red comfy looking couch. we are on floor 6, but i will take our less exciting seating area since we have a room with 2 bedroom areas. there are 3 tiny twin sized beds. poor marlin hangs his feet off the end, but i guess that is europe. we just got back from the free breakfast and ate our fill of cheese,salted meats, bread, and more cheese. i also ...
... oldest civic buildings remaining in the area (dated 1598).
The afternoon was spent very happily being bussed into Alsace for a wine tasting visit to one of the local cellars. The scenery was lovely, and those colours still amaze. The wine tasting was interesting as the region considers it is a cool climate area so comparisons were in order! We enjoyed every wine we tasted - thank goodness it was too far to post back!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking