Strasbourg Centre Gare

Address: 2, Place de la Gare, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Gare Centre area of Strasbourg, is near Place Gutenberg, Musee d'Art Moderne et Contemporain, Brin de Fleur (Au), and Chrysalis.
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Travel Blogs from Strasbourg

A day in Strasbourg

A travel blog entry by arfitzgerald on Jan 24, 2015

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... sautés au Beurre 19,80 € While we were eating it started to snow, so beautiful! After lunch we visited the cathedral and saw the the astrological clock, definitely worth a visit. See photo It was snowing heavily now as we took a stroll around the streets, some areas of the old town are like 'hansel and Gretel land', see photo then headed back to the car for the drive home to ...

The historic beauty - Lichtenstein Castle in Baden

A travel blog entry by arnoldmace on Jan 16, 2015

... from the romantic Neo-Gothic design was created by the architect Carl Alexander Heideloff. This castle which still in possession of Dukes of Urach is open to the visitors. This castle contains a numerous as well as large collection of historic armour and weapons. I can guarantee that a visit to this castle will surely bring you much more closer to ...

Road Trip through the Black Forest to Baden-Baden

A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Jan 16, 2015

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... the B500 which was another windy mountain road that probably had the most amazing views but we couldn't see through the fog. We finally arrived in Baden-Baden at 4:30pm and went straight to the Caracella Therma Spa. We spent a couple hours in the different natural mineral pools and even went outside where the water was warm with cold raindrops falling on you. We finally arrived at our Hotel (Hotel Am Markt) ...

Europa Park

A travel blog entry by jtate on Dec 26, 2014

... this one, opting for a chocolate waffle instead... Which they insisted they didn't have... The chocolate on their face proved otherwise. New waited in line for a good 35mins until we got and and it was really exciting. Up then down and turn turn turn. We were in our seats for less than half. The rest of the time we were pushing up against the bar holding us in. At the end of the ride my face was stinging from the cold air that whipped past. Was really exhilarating! The day was a great day ...

The Strasbourg that stole Christmas

A travel blog entry by meaden on Dec 08, 2014

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... one ever). The seats are pretty comfy, you get power points and a tray and room for luggage and so on. I wouldn't say it is as comfortable as the Shinkansen in Japan, but it's not bad. It is also not as stable or smooth a ride, but it is hardly bumpy - just that you feel the movement a bit and can hear a few rattles. If you had a glass of something, you couldn't just leave it on your table unattended whereas on the Japanese bullet train, the only sense ...