La Cruche D'or

6 Rue Des Tonneliers, Strasbourg, 67000, France
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what's best to do

by Michel_gr

will be in Strasbourg october 9th - 15th. What's the 5 best to do / visit / any special happening in town during that week ?

RE: what's best to do

by Takalaga

- visit the cathedral
- visit the petite France quarter
- have a Tarte flambée, Baeckeoffe or Choucroute with Alsacien white wine
- travel along the Route du Vin to see the villages where the wine is grown and produced
- go to see a concert at the Jazz d'Or (http://www.jazzdor.com)

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Travel Tips for Strasbourg

ENGLISH VERSION Change the...

by TELETRES

YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE : Changing money at the BANQUE de FRANCE (central french bank) at the "Place Broglie" is not possible any more - Though, it's still possible to change some old french francs bills and coins at the BANQUE THE FRANCE - Now, i think best rates is at the POST OFFICE, not far from BANQUE DE FRANCE (150 meters). VERSION FRANCAISE ATTENTION, il n'est plus posible de change vos devises à la banque de France (Banque centrale française) située à la Place Gutemberg. Les meilleurs taux sont certainement à LA POSTE, à 10 de la BANQUE DE FRANCE. Il est cependant tojuours possible de changer certains vieux billets en francs.

Flammeküche (en français)

by ATLC

Also known as Tarte flambée.
Ingrédients
Les recettes sont établies
pour 5 à 6 personnes
Pâte à pain 500 gr
Crème double 40 cl
Une cuillerée à soupe d'huile de colza
Oignons hachés 50 gr
Lard de poitrine fumée 80 gr
Beurre 50 gr
Assaisonnement: sel, noix de muscade râpée

Recette

Faire revenir les oignons dans le beurre et les mélanger à la crème; assaisonner.
Couper la poitrine fumée en petits lardons et les faire rissoler un peu.
Abaisser la pâte trés mince, la poser sur la plaque (les proportions données recouvrent une plaque de four à gaz de dimension courante).
Répartir le mélange crème et oignons sur la pâte.
Arroser la surface avec de l'huile de colza et la parsemer de lardons.
Cuire au four très chaud, thermostat au maximum.

Remarques
La crème doit être très épaisse, mais non aigre.
Une variante consiste à supprimer oigons et lardons.

Canals and rivers

by Nemorino

There are numerous rivers and canals in and around Strasbourg. As the sign says, this particular one is the canal from the Marne to the Rhine.

Second photo: This ship anchored at Quai des Belges is called Naviscope Alsace and is a museum of the Rhine and navigation. It is unfortunately closed on Mondays, which is when I took this picture.

Third photo: This is the Ill River with the European Parliament in the background.

Strasbourg has a airport and a...

by iavormar

Strasbourg has a airport and a big train station so it's up to you.
Take a ride on the tram... Amazing peace of engineering... And try to ride it to the last station... It's worth it, believe me. Unfortunately there are only 3 lines... but who cares... They are so great...

Quiche

by Nemorino about S'Kaffeestuebel

A nice scruffy little café at Place Henri Dunant where you can have a quiche to eat and something to drink.

Update: Thanks to VT member kokoryko (Hermann) for pointing out that this café is called S'Kaffeestuebel (not S'Kaffeesteubel, as I originally wrote) and that it is located on Place Henri Dunant (not Durant).

Henri Dunant (1828-1910) was the founder of the Red Cross and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1901. There have also been various people called Henri Durant, but none of them were famous enough to rate getting a square named after them in Strasbourg.

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