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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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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.
It only took us just under an hour to drive to Strasbourg, parked in the carpark under the the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. From here you have a great view across the river to the old town. See photo. We walked into town to the main square were you find the cathedral and a world famous restaurant Maison Kammerzell 16 place de la Cathedrale. See photo. What an experience! I dined ...
One of the oldest castle situated on a cliff located near Honau on the Swabian Alb, Baden-Württemberg Germany is Lichtenstein Castle. According to history, a castle has been there on the site since around 1200. The castle was twice destroyed once in the Reichskrieg's War of 1311 and then again in the city-state of Reutlingen in 1381. After this incident ...
... that, we went to the local cafe and had sandwiches on freshly-baked cheesy bread and coffee and tea. Back in the car, we started on the windy roads. At times, we seemed to have the entire road to ourselves. The roads were windy and some of the edges had sheer drops with no guard rails. We took it really slow and probably annoyed the occasional local that got stuck behind us. There's no way the speed limit ...