This is the Notre Dame Cathedral in Strasbourg, France, every bit as magnificent as the one in Paris
We saw these phone chargers at the train station in Strasbourg France. You have to pedal to charge your phone, great way to pass waiting time while burning some calories. The faster you pedal the faster your phone charges.
We went to this chocolate shop in Strasbourg, France and they had these fountains of "Nutela" going. They make several flavors of chocolate spreads daily. We even saw someone come in and get their jar refilled directly from the fountain of chocolate. While there were many chocolate shops and patisseries in Strasbourg this was the only one that made fresh chocolate spreads.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it certainly is in China. Most 4-5 star hotels have an extensive breakfast buffet.
Everyone rides the trains in Germany. Train travel is efficient, environmentally friendly and in some cases very civilized. There are a variety of trains in Germany, They have high speed intercontinental trains that connect each major Germany city with each other as well as connecting with Cities in continental Europe such as Amsterdam and Paris.
This train features old school compartments that seat 4 passengers. Each compartment has it's own heater and temperature control.
We have television shows such as naked and Afraid and Naked Dating on Cable television here in the U.S. In Germany all of these shows are shown in their full glory uncensored.
Breakfast is definitely the largest meal of the day in Germany. It's heavy with meats, sausages, cheeses, vegetables, charcuterie and eggs.
Ventura is the gateway to Channel Islands National Park. It's a laid back beach town that doesn't get the credit its older and more established cousin Santa Barbara does. They have a great downtown area laden with bars and restaurants with great food and ambiance. The beach, harbor, and pier area are really nice with a wide pedestrian and bike trails and great rocks to stack and even driftwood to collect.