Ibis Strasbourg Aeroport
Travel Blogs from Lingolsheim
... and debate, the glass- transparency with the policy makers and the people, and the "unfinished" top- future growth and expansion. The open area over looking the water with the flag of the European union behind us was my favorite place in the building.
“Against the blue sky of the Western world, the stars represent the peoples of Europe in a circle, a symbol of unity. Their number shall be invariably set at twelve, ...
... glass was extremely impressive; it is said that during World War II seventy-four pieces of glass were taken by Hitler back to Germany and he declared the church as the national sanctuary of German people. U.S. forces later returned the glass after the war. Reading up on the history of the cathedral, the connection between the French and German cultures’ influence on the church’s history became quite clear.
In conclusion, by the end of ...
... column, just soaking in the beauty of the chandeliers and the golden structures, a nice woman approached me with a smile and quickly said, "Vous etes formel et sophistiqué" - "You are formal and sophisticated." (Or at least that's what we were able to decipher!) I guess my little black dress and peacoat matched the atmosphere of the opera!
Lina and I then had a short photoshoot on the stairs of the opera and in the foyer (we waited for everyone to leave the foyer in order ...
... we made it to our destination! There was no traffic. There were no cars. We drove to the Information booth, and there was no one there...so Adam picked up some brochures. Still, no sight of anyone. The rides were not moving and we knew something was a bit off. Finally, a car! We followed this car to a parking lot and entered...only to be told by security that it was the Ms. Germany pageant and the park was closed! We were really bummed as we did ...
... seeing the main sites of the city. After that, we went and saw the cathedral, although foggy we walked up to the top of the building and saw a fantastic view over the city, apparently on a clear day you can see as far as Paris. For dinner we went to a traditional French pub and had flammkuchen, a pizza like base with cream and other various toppings like bacon, onion, cheese, mushrooms and even ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking