Hi Hostel Beaufort

6 rue de l'Auberge, Beaufort, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg | Hostel
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This hostel is located on 6 rue de l'Auberge, Beaufort.
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    Resting, biking, having fun!

    A travel blog entry by pilarmejia on Sep 08, 2014

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    We're enjoying the small town feel of Trier...on the river Mosel, close to the Rhine. We love the river...have slowed down...visited the sights...eaten well...did our laundry...planned for our next stop. We also bicycled today, but those fotos will be in tomorrow's entry. ...

    Said "auf wiedersehen" to Munich

    A travel blog entry by pilarmejia on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    From Munich we went to Dachau, the first Nazi concentration camp...moving and painful. It is being preserved with the motto "never again" and all students in Bavaria are required to visit a concentration camp.

    On a cheerier note, we visited the transportation museum on a weekday and so enjoyed the laughter ...

    Ultra quick visit

    A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... was more French than we expected. Pretty soon it got late and we came back to the hotel to watch the sun set. As it became darker the Station was lit up and looked wonderful. It was a bit of a pain that the shops shut so early, all over Europe supermarkets and stores stay open so late, but here they were closed already at 6pm! One night stays are always over so quickly…as was this one….then it was time to jump on the train to ...

    Beaufort- Castle & Sheep!

    A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain on Sep 23, 2012

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    ... it was severely ruined. For the next years to follow, it went on from the hands of one owner to another and yet the castle was abandoned, fell into despair and at the beginning of the 19th century was even used as a quarry!

    During the year 1850, it was listed as a national monument and subsequently restored.It was ...


    A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 05, 2012

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    Via a quick stop in the glass craft capitol of France, Metz, we eventually got off the train in Luxembourg's* largest city, Luxembourg.
    One can easily understand why the micro nation's finest sports hero, Marc Girardelli**, happens to be an alpine skiier; the town must be one of the hilliest in the world. The city grew around its founding fortress, located high upon a rock, with a massive ...