Hotel Bonsai Escale

Address: La Grange aux Bois - Route d'Ars Laquenexy, Metz, Lorraine, 57 070, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on La Grange aux Bois - Route d'Ars Laquenexy, Metz, is near Cathedrale St. Etienne (Cathedral of St. Stephen), La Cour d'Or, Porte des Allemands, and Saint Pierre aux Nonnains Basilica.
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Travel Blogs from Metz

A quiet day

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 17, 2014

24 photos

... things we liked. I loved one of two stuffed animals facing each other, with a dramatic French conversation playing out of two speakers behind them. The next floor was devoted to shape and form. This was probably the easiest for us to appreciate and I loved it. Smoke, light, shadow, glass and stone were used to make shapes and forms that were beautiful and dreamlike to see. The final floor we looked at seemed to play with a variety of things, ...

Eastern France as we head North

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Aug 12, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... odd stopover at a shoe shop, department store,.. and patisserie. As the day warmed up the layers were shed,. until it was a pleasant, sunny afternoon. Baguette sandwiches and a glass of C******nay, overlooking the Moselle River,.. followed by a Nanna Nap,.. before heading back into the town to explore some more. Metz is the vibrant,.. and very pretty, capital of the Department (read: State) of Lorraine. We are glad we made the detour and returned for this ...

Metz!

A travel blog entry by alexissnow on Feb 21, 2014

10 photos

... valentine-less and couldn’t talk about our weekend plans. So there is a group or a club I guess that just plans and organizes parties for the students and Wednesday was the "biggest party of the semester“, some called it a castle party others called it the forest party. Basically you take a bus to a big house in the middle of the forest and the drinks are free and everyone gets absolutely wild. I didn’t think the techno music ...

Let's add an extra class

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Dec 13, 2013

... to an English/American school. Apparently those exist in Europe, where they teach in English. That's neat! I wish I could have gone to a French school in the States.

Now that I've gotten some food into my system, I can be productive. I decided to do some laundry to start of my productiveness. Now I'm off to start being productive with my homework. Well let's hope so at least. I got my orange juice by my side and I'm ready! ...

Day Six - Our last day of biking - Viva La France

A travel blog entry by ramblingroads on Oct 11, 2013

... Shuman, who was in part responsible for drafting the Schengen Agreement removing the border controls between EU countries. We met the van inside the city gates of Rodermack where we were to have our picnic lunch by the beautiful fountain in the town square. The weather was, as usual, cool and damp. Our guides arranged for our picnic to be held in a small cafe near the fountain. ...