First Day in Strasbourg

July 13, 2010 at 2:37 am 2 comments

Strasbourg-Cathedral

The beautiful rose window in the Cathedral at Strasbourg.

I know you think I’m always giving you these lame excuses for not blogging more—”We got back late from dinner at the Eiffel Tower last night”; “Gotta catch a train to Strasbourg now”; etc. Today’s excuse is that there was a thunderstorm here in Strasbourg last night and it seemed to have knocked out the Swisscom Internet service. This morning I’ve figured out a way to make it work, but now I’ve run out of time—we’re about to board a bus to the villages of Riquewihr and Kaysersberg.

(I don’t know exactly what we’ll be doing today, but I believe I heard that wine tasting will be involved.)

Anyway, I’ve only had time this morning to upload some more photos to the magazine’s Facebook page—I added some more photos to the Eiffel Tower album and created new albums for Pere-Lachaise Cemetery and Strasbourg. Later today, after we get back from our day’s excursions, I’ll try to have more to say.

Tina Hay, editor

NEXT: Monsieur Le Puppy Welcomes You to Kaysersberg

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