When we look at vacation photos, we always wish to travel again. While we dream of the next vacation, we look back at the last one.
A Visit to Strasbourg by Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog
Just across the Rhine River from Germany, in the northeast corner of France, lies the capital of the Grand Est (East) Region. It is the largest metropolitan area in Alsace and home to the European Parliament, the legislative body of the European Union. Because of its central location in Europe and proximity to Switzerland and Luxembourg, as well as “Allemand” (Germany), it is a major confluence of architecture, culture and cuisine.
Gare de Strasbourg
Whether you arrive by train from Paris or other city or town around France, or come via the Lufthansa bus from Frankfurt, Germany, your first stop will be at Gare de Strasbourg (or Strasbourg railway station). You can get a nonstop train from Paris, but you may find it easier to fly to Frankfurt and take the bus direct from Frankfurt airport. Having made this trip many times…
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