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The City of Strasbourg is a little French and a little German, and has a whole lot of 15th Century Renaissance charm. The City dates back 600,000 years ago to the Bronze Age with its earliest settlers choosing the location because of the intersection of several rivers including the L'ILL and Rhine. The Romans established an outpost here in 800 BC …
Gonelly stayed here on Jun 4, 2013 during their trip titled: France & Spain.
After a long trip in South America, I came back to my sweet city two months ago. It's good to be with my family and my friends but you can't imagine how much I miss my latino's friends. I'm going back to Peru in 3 weeks! I'll tell you everything about my new trip and I'll put pictures when I'll can! See you ...
... Strasbourg! Sunday also means everything besides tourist shops and fancy restaurants/cafés are open. Luckily we had a packed lunch and walked along the canal to find a nice spot. After lunch we grabbed ourselves an ice cream and then went to the museum of Norte dame which was really fascinating as it was filled with old objects from the cathedral that have been replaced over the thousands of years. After we waited near by the free walking tour man to see if anyone turned up for ...
... can press the "key" button on the portable audio device after a presentation, and get a more detailed narrative about the event. The various displays have a detailed discussion of the Exhibit in various other languages including English. It take about 2 1\2 hours to get through both floors of the museum. Several of the exhibits at the museum are must see: (1) the "Iron Man" which is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Strasbourg
The Hilton Strasbourg is located out near the University and about a 18 Euro taxi ride from Strasbourg center train station where the TGV stops. It is located close to a nearby tram (B) that can take you to the center of town in 3-4 stops. The employees of the hotel are very friendly, speak English and several other languages fluently, and are very helpful in getting you off to a great start on your visit. The Executive Lounge on the 1st floor is great for breakfast and evening drinks with finger food, except the menu does not vary much from day to day which can be a factor during an extended stay.
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