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This weekend I took a trip with my friend Lily to Strasbourg in Northern France. I also spent a day in Colmar, which is about a half hour south of Strasbourg. It was a very fun weekend filled with history, which I absolutely loved!
We got to Strasbourg on Saturday morning (left Lyon at 5am which was so hard!) and spent the day in Little France, which was absolutely beautiful! All the buildings are very pretty and all ...
After a shortened school day this morning and armed with a GPS loaned from the owners of the Gite, we headed off to the city of Strasbourg. We have been told by many people on our trip that Strasbourg is beautiful so we were quite looking forward to the visit, and we were not disappointed. This medium sized city boasts some wonderful old half timbered houses which look more suited to Germany than what you would normally see in ...
Today was another quiet day with the morning spent back at school. We also had the chance to visit the home area of the owners of our Gite and were quite surprised by their collection of stuffed animals on display in the lounge. They told us that the animals were all one's they had caught themselves including a fox that they found in the back yard. Kate and Roy are not too sure what to make of them.
... Koenigsbourg that dates back to 12th century, however it was extensively damaged during the Thirty Years War.
Why you may ask are we describing this castle as remarkable compared to all the others we have visited? Well, it is because it was restored between 1900 to 1908 under the order of the German Kaiser William II. This part of France was actually part of Germany until the signing of the Treaty of Versailles after WW1 when it then became ...
What a glorious sunny and clear day today was. Roy took on the role as tour guide for our afternoon exploration of the nearby town of Saverne, which is about 20km from Haselbourg. Saverne is one of the larger towns in the area and boasts a beautiful main street with half-timbered houses which provides a very Germanic look and feel.
Our tour leader took us on a lovely walking tour with the assistance of a map he picked up at the Tourist Office. He started with a ...