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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... brought a large rectangular blackboard on which were written all of the specials of the day to my table. He took time to read and describe each of them from aperitifs, appetizers and main courses. He then leaned it against the wall so that I could review it for a few minutes until it was time to inform diners at another table. One of the specials was a whole
duck for two people. I saw at least four of these served while I was there and each was ...
Today I was out at IGBMC Strasbourg all day where I gave a talk and met with a lab head. After a day in the lab I walked back to the markets, where I bought some Christmas baubles and then had dinner at an Alsacatian restaurant near the Cathedral called the ...
... college students get degree. Unemployment is approx 11%. 20% of people under 27 are unemployed. Approx 30% of city was destroyed during war. Americans saved windows and artwork. Weather is overcast and windy. Got back to boat after visiting 8 of the 10 Christmas markets in Strasbourg in time to watch Christmas cookie ...
This morning a lunchtime flight to Strasbourg, and once I had put my stuff down at Hotel Esplanade near Observatoire I walked from the hotel into the centre of town. There were numerous Christmas markets spread throughout the town, a number with different themes, such as the Delicacies of the Alsace region and the Little Belgium Market. In the Delicacies of Alsace stands I had a pretzel and a vin ...
... of fruit. Coffee and cake in a little village halfway meant we had to pedal extra hard going back. That night , our last on the ship, it was announced we could not sail the 60 k's to Basel as the Rhine river in Switzerland was too high after all the rain they'd had. Our friend Marianne, whom we saw in Basel the next day, told us it had rained pretty constantly over the last six weeks. We would have to get up early and be bussed to ...