Travel Blogs from Luxembourg

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Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by adamandkate

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Tanja took us for a day trip to the beautiful Luxembourg city. I think Autumn would have to be it's best ...

Dancing in town, hiking in little switzerland, Mullerthal, Luxembourg travel blog

Dancing in town, hiking in little switzerland

A travel blog entry by watchoutworld

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... - and mum and dad sent some amazing photos of the snow at home. Well after snowing all night we had it like that here in Luxembourg on Monday morning too :) I took some photos out the window - it was so pretty...although a bit of a pain to clear off the ...

Best food of the trip!, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Best food of the trip!

A travel blog entry by jojorockstar

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To get to Luxemburg, I had to take a train back to Koblenz and transfer there. Somehow, I was ahead of my original schedule, caught an earlier train, and had a great seat next to a gentleman from Cologne. We struck up a conversation and by the ...

Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by manofmayo

I came, I saw, I ...

Luxembourg City, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by fbainterrail

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The Lap of Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

The Lap of Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by rbruce

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... , bends and curves do get repetative. Before I knew it I had laid down 150 km of rubber and was nearing the Luxembourg border. I shopped for dinner, contemplated spending one last night in Germany, then pushed on to cross the border. As luck would have ...

Christmas in Lux!, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Christmas in Lux!

A travel blog entry by bruceandpetra

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the big Christmas feed! and what a feed it was! we ended up with loads of great treats for Christmas and Bruce and I ended up buying each other the same present! we'll have to co-ordinate better next time, but at least there won't be any fighting over ...

Euro Trip Part 4, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Euro Trip Part 4

A travel blog entry by mikejersey25

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... and head back to Germany to get a flight "home". I decided to drive a little out of the way to the small country of Luxembourg to pay a quick visit to the Luxembourg American Cemetery and see General Pattons grave site. After about 6 hours in the car I ...

Intro, Somewhere in, Luxembourg travel blog

Intro

A travel blog entry by luxguy

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... that point, the day me and Faran went for a drink after working hours, the decision was made.......... As much as I hate Luxembourg, I must admit that without being here this trip would never happen. So thank you Luxembourg and at the same time goodbye ...

Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by rohanandchris

... tiring, so we decided to take the short jump to Luxembourg to take a day off from our vacation. we left Verdun, and arrived in Luxembourg, found a place to stay, and got some more of the Kabab sandwiches..we also lucked out with a TV in our room, so we ...

Vianden, Vianden, Luxembourg travel blog

Vianden

A travel blog entry by emeric.bensaci

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Aujourd'hui nous nous baladons a Vianden, dans la campagne luxembourgeoise, ou se trouve une magnifique forteresse restauree, et un village tres joli. Victor Hugo y est venu habiter plusieurs fois lorsqu'il etait en exil. La route pour s'y rendre est ...

Luxembourg, a small country on a large iron mine, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg, a small country on a large iron mine

A travel blog entry by michaelmi

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Crossing the east border of France, we entered Luxembourg.  The small country is famous of its duke, canyon, and iron.  In this country, the ground is even red for rich of iron.  The guide was so kind to give us 2 hours more to go ...

Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by globeriders

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... bikes. Bryan is taking video of every one of them. We have a full collection of animal love on tape. We will explore Luxembourg city tomorrow and then start making our way to France where we will meet Gizem's mom and possibly two other friends. Lots ...

For whom the road tolls, Trier, Luxembourg travel blog

For whom the road tolls

A travel blog entry by overseas_ash

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... the confusing directions on the map, the walk was pleasant. It is easy to understand why several European institutions have chosen Luxembourg as its headquarters. The city is quite, peaceful and still close to France, Germany and Belgium. In fact the ...

Creating MY Day!, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Creating MY Day!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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As I watch the sun rise through my hotel room window I think of the day ahead. What a perfect ride I will have through the French countryside on my way to Luxemburg. The distance is short. Only 200 kms to go by the shortest route. The weather is perfect ...

luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg travel blog

luxembourg

A travel blog entry by amberyan

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Belguim for morning tea, St Mard, Belgium travel blog

Belguim for morning tea

A travel blog entry by jimandelle

It was Toms idea to drive across 4 countries in the same day, just as well there are no more border ...

I didnt even know Luxembourge was a country, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

I didnt even know Luxembourge was a country

A travel blog entry by bwongstar

Well my geography strikes again, I really should have listened at school! For some reason I thought that Luxembourge was a city in Switzerland, I know, how ignorant of me. Anyway I arrived here really having no idea what to expect and was pleasantly ...

Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by seb89

... mind was again spinning as we just drove straight over another border, into another country and another culture. The country Luxembourg was absolutely stunning as we arrived, with rolling hills covered in forest, and sharp mountains with winding roads. ...

J-4 AVANT LE GRAND DEPART, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

J-4 AVANT LE GRAND DEPART

A travel blog entry by bozoontour

Hello everybody et bienvenu sur mon blog! Ce site me permettra de partager mes aventures et déboires avec vous, tout au long de mon périple! J'essaierai de le mettre a jour le plus souvent possible, remplissant les pages d‘histoires ...

Jour 12 (bis) : Le Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Jour 12 (bis) : Le Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by travellingjon

Petite incursion au Luxembourg lors de cette journée folle ! Mais bien franchement le pays ne semble pas vraiment passionnant, c'est pourquoi nous avons Pierre-Luc et moi délaissé cette option dans notre ...

Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by randyandchrissy

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... This was precisely what a lady from France told me they would do. We ate some pastries (as we always do) upon entering Luxembourg. Every country has very different pastries. We found the more traditional custard pie type pastry that the lady gave us as a ...

June 14: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

June 14: Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by ritand

quick stop, pin purposes. town centre is up on castle type grounds with the mote being a great park and walking area ...

A long walk, Vianden, Luxembourg travel blog

A long walk

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... 40km (ish) distant. An extremely nice walk, first through the Mullerthal area and then out into the rolling fields of the Luxembourg Ardennes. Hard to believe some of the things that happened in such a peaceful area during WW2. Many information posts and ...

Day 7: Sometimes you gotta roll the hard six!, Arlon, Belgium travel blog

Day 7: Sometimes you gotta roll the hard six!

A travel blog entry by asphalt_pilgrim

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... the maze I had got trapped in the day before and it would take me to Bastogne (65km) which was a stones throw from the Luxembourg border, but as I was to learn it would exact a heavy toll. Getting away from Aywaille turned out to be the first and largest ...

My Little (Random) Journey To Luxembourg, Luxembourg (City), Luxembourg travel blog

My Little (Random) Journey To Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by aaronm58

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... place to stay! Not to mention, I can add another country to the list of places that I have visited this summer. So Luxembourg is a beautiful place - Everything is very clean & expensive (Seems like everyone here drives a Porsche`). Although it is the ...

On the move again, in a bit of a random direction, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

On the move again, in a bit of a random direction

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... friends dotted around western Europe before moving further away, and decided to take in a few other places along the way. Hence Luxembourg - I think this counts as "other places" for most people, being as it is the 3rd smallest country in Europe. What ...

Luxembourg - serenity in the midst of chaos, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg travel blog

Luxembourg - serenity in the midst of chaos

A travel blog entry by gil_and_devorah

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... 's ramparts and visited the 'most beautiful balcony in Europe' (see photo). along the way we visited the Grand Ducal Palace (Luxembourg was declared a neutral Duchy in 1867 - due to it's quite delicate placing between France and Germany!). It was here ...

The Road to Lilliput, Larochette, Luxembourg travel blog

The Road to Lilliput

A travel blog entry by doodlebugs

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... the last minute we changed a bunch of plans around and headed on out to visit Karin and the dogs, proud residents of Larochette, Luxembourg. This prosperous miniscule land has a motto Mir wëlle bleiwe wat mir sin - 'We want to remain what we are' ...

The Battle of the Bulge Museum, Bastogne, Belgium travel blog

The Battle of the Bulge Museum

A travel blog entry by maureencampbell

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We got to Bastogne in the late morning and went straight to the WWII museum. It was really a very well done museum, with all sorts of personal accounts of how the war affected not only the soldiers, but also the civilians who were just trying to ...

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