Check it out, Google Earth placemark: International Space University, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, France
i.e., where the "party" is from 8am to 8pm every day...
Also, our home: Foyer l'Etudiant Catholique, Strasbourg, France. Yes, it's called FEC—the Irish kids here love that name...
Update: Here is the path that I take every day from FEC to ISU. Go to Tools > Play Tour (or ctrl + alt + P) and you can take a tour. It's not that impressive of a tour; this is the first time that I have created a path in the upgrade of Google Earth Plus that I just purchased yesterday.
That is, I just updated from a relatively benign drug to something much more serious.
"You don't know what you're talkeeeng about"
"France isn't what it used to be... you walk around like a foool, somebody cut you"
In search of an Irish pub last night—the most likely nonexistant Irish Times—we met a new "friend" on the way past the cathedral. Some guy—no front teeth, ratty suit—caught up to our group of six just to inform Joe Ireland that he didn't know what he was talking about. —kept hoping that the guy would shove off quickly, but he followed us for several hundred meters, giving us such important information like telling us that we should watch out, or that he would cut us, or that we shouldn't walk around like "woooo" (imagine arms flailing in the air), or that his grandparents blood was on the castle. He kept referring to it as his city, so we naturally assumed that he must be the mayor of Strasbourg.
Actually, this was all aimed at Joe. Not a surprise.
Back to class...
The prologue and first stage of the Tour de France started in Strasbourg [more later...]
Full picture: A cyclist in the Tour de France.
Full picture: The homestretch
Full picture: Around the bend