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Transcript of Strasbourg France
hub for rail, road, and river communications, its port is the second biggest on the
Rhine River. Hotel I'm going to be staying at the Hôtel Cour du Corbeau. It's located at 6-8 rue des Couples in the heart of Strasbourg. The city bus stops at the hotel (Line 10-stop "Corbeau") and the hotel is walking distence from the Strasbourg Cathedral, a main tourist attraction in Strasbourg. A night at the hotel costs about $190 a night, included in this price is
free wifi, complimentary breakfast, and access to a terrace with a bar.
The phone number of the Hôtel Cour du Corbeau is: 33 3 90 00 26 26. A view of the outside the hotel. A room in the Hotel. Restaurant Chez Yvonne is a restuarant located at 10 rue du Sanglier in Strasbourg. From my hotel, I can take Strasbourg's A Tram to Langstross Grand Rue, which is 10 minutes walking from the resturant. Chez Yvonne serves french cuisine and its food ranges from 15-40 dollars. The restaurant is open daily from noon-2:15pm and and then from 6pm-midnight. Chez Yvonne's phone number is 03 88 32 84 15. Chez Yvonne serves: Home smoked salmon and Toasts, Pumpkin soup with chestnuts, Rabbit's kidneys with a mustard Sauce in a crusty bread roll, and more.
Interest Strasbourg Cathedral Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art This museum is located at 1, place Hans Jean Arp and it's phone number is 00 33 3 88 23 31 31. It's open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 to 7pm, on Thursday from 12 to 9pm, on
the weekend from 10am to 6pm, and is closed on Mondays. The admission to the museum is 7 euros. To get to the museum, I get on the A tram at Porte de I'Hôpital and ride it to Homme de Fer at Homme de Fer I take the B tram to Musée Art Moderne, which brings me to the museum. At the museum I can expect three types of art: Fine Arts, Graphic Arts and Photography. Below are some of the paintings in the museum. Painting done in 1925 by Wassily Kandinsky Painting done in 1966 by Georg Baselitz Batorama About every hour a boat leaves
from 9 rue de Nantes, which is right near the Strasbourg Cathedral and is walking distance from my hotel. For about 8 euros, I can take a 90 minute
tour around Strasbourg and learn about the history of this great city. The Batorama runs during the week from 8:30am to 5pm and on Saturdays runs from 8:30am to 12pm, the boat does not run on Sundays. To get a ticket I would call: 33 (0) 3 88 84 13 13. Zoological Museum Strasbourg's Zoological Museum is at 29 Boulevard de la Victoire. To get there from my hotel, I must take the tram. I will get on the A tram at Porte de I'Hôpital
and take it to Homme de Fer, at Homme de Fer I will take the C tram to Universités. The hours of the museum are: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 12 to 6pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm, and the museum is closed on Tuesdays. Admission into the museum is 6 euros and the telephone number of the museum is +33 (0)3 68 85 04 85. Strasbourg Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral located at 1 Rue de Rohan, which is walking distance from my hotel. The cathedral exhibits amazing gothic architecture and from the top of the cathedral, on a sunny day, you can see the Black Forest and the Vosges Mountains. The cathedral is open everyday from 9am to 7:30pm, admission costs 4.40 euros for adults and 2.20 euros for children.