Villa Novarina

11 rue Westercamp, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France | 4 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by jeannebm

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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 ...

France - Strasbourg

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre

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... since we were working off a few ours sleep. Tonight we ventured really far for dinner to the hotels restaurant. We had turkey cordon blu and turkey schnitzel (the French names make it sound so much fancier) but they were delicious and a feast! Both of us could hardly eat the whole meal. Sunday 1st June - turns out that the first Sunday of every month means the museums are free and the tower of the cathedral is too. First up we climbed the tower, 328 steps to the top for a panoramic ...

Musee Historique of Strasbourg

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo

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We took the B tram to the center of Strasbourg to see the Musee Historique of Strasbourg (2 Rue Du Vieux-Marche-Aux-Poissons) which is a longitudinal history of Strasbourg from the Romans to the Present. The Museum has an excellent self-guided tour with great interactive displays to explain in detail all the various exhibits. The most unique part is that as you progress through the ...

Seen One--You Seen them ALL--Not Really!!!

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo

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... bombing by the Allies in August 1944 that made the Cathedral relevant even today. A tour of the Cathedral does require a walk around the main cathedral to see the various religious artifacts. No tour will be complete without climbing up over 300 feet to the top platform of the Cathedral's spire or seeing the world-famous astronomical clock. The spire platform has views of Strasbourg that can't be duplicated from any other building in the city. The climb ...

Strasbourg--a little French and a little German!

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo

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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 and over the years, the City changed hands between the French and Germans several ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Orangerie Est area of Strasbourg, is near European Parliament, Bains municipaux, Palace of Europe (Palais de l'Europe), and Rue des Juifs.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding