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Strasbourg tram

I am going to finish up posting the rest of our Strasbourg vacation photos little by little so that I don’t overwhelm you.

Just a quick update on what we have been up to.  We have been busy clearing out the garden, adjusting to school (still) and buying new shoes and coats for cooler weather (expensive).  I still need to get a rain coat for my youngest daughter.  It has been raining quite a lot the past few weeks.  It has, also, started to get down right chilly here.  The trees are starting to change colors and the smell of autumn hangs heavily in the air.  I love autumn and am happy to see it come.  I hope it sticks around longer than last year.

The photos below are of one of the trams that we took while we were in Strasbourg. The tram is a great way to get around but does have some moments where it can get uncomfortable due to overcrowding.

tram in Strasbourg, France
Here comes the tram!

tram in Strasbourg, France
Where the tram driver…drives the tram. :)

tram in Strasbourg, France
Vilay with his Swiss hat.

tram in Strasbourg, France

tram in Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, France
A common site in Strasbourg. I often see wheels hanging on locked bikes that are twisted and broken as well.

Strasbourg, France
A normal street in Strasbourg. It is nice to see what is outside the touristic areas as well.

Strasbourg, France

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  • anne September 5, 2009, 12:46 pm

    Super photos as normal, I am going to have to organize a trip to Strasbourg, looks so great.

    I need you to look at my blog, you have been tagged!!!

  • The Cowgirl September 8, 2009, 8:32 am

    Love the tram photos :)

  • expatraveler September 8, 2009, 9:17 pm

    I totally agree, it is nice to see what is beyond the tourist areas. I like that a lot and I know I should post more as well…

    By the way, the first photo I love but it resembles Bienne to me. Good luck looking for the jackets. We have one great store here that you can find used ones especially for the kids. I wish they had more swap out places like that in Switzerland!

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