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Late flight into Strasbourg

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I managed to book 6 round trip tickets (3 adult, 3 kids) from Stansted into Strasbourg for under £100! Of course, that means that we are flying into Strasbourg at 9:30pm! I have booked a car with Enterprise but their office closes at 10:15 according to the hours they listed in my confirmation email. We have taken a late evening flight with Ryan before and ended up delayed a couple of hours, which happens more the later in the day you fly... I am wondering if it would be smarter/possible to book a hotel near the airport (with shuttle service?) for our first night to avoid problems picking up the car.

We fly into Strasbourg on Tuesday 22 Sep and back to London on Sat 26 Sep (both late flights). I was planning on using Gengenbach area as a base to see Alsace & Black Forest. Any thoughts or experiences that might be relevant?

We are 2 adults, 1 sprightly grandmother & 3 boys (14, 11 & 8).

Thanks!!

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