Chateau De Latour

Rue Du 24 Aout, 1, Latour, Luxembourg, The Ardennes, 6761, Belgium | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Latour

A Drive Through Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by caylameinert

41

... a little French styled cafe. (perfect to prepare us for our upcoming trip to Paris!)

I really wish we would have gotten a little more time there, because it looked like a beautiful city. But, since I am so behind on blogging about my trip this past week, I will keep this one short, just like my visit.

Luxembourg, hopefully I will be coming back to you!
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Another day another Country

A travel blog entry by stef5353

16

... the valley running through the city. From here we follow the Corniche along the cliff face for more great views and gradually wind our way down to the bottom of the valley. After some refreshments we strike luck and find a lift to get us back up the top. A bit more of a stroll in the city centre and we call it quits for the day. We found Luxembourg a very picturesque city, mainly due to the valley running through ...

On My Way to Being Legal

A travel blog entry by melendra

2

... on my own and thought I had a solution that would work. But when we talked to Karin in November, she worried that we’d need something official to stating that Sage could be home schooled. Because Karin has done some translating work for the education ministry, she was able to do her own research. She discovered that, indeed, we would need an official waiver in order to home school Sage, and she was able to get in contact with the appropriate person to help ...

Luxembourg City- The Capital

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain

10

... Central Europe until their male line came to an end!! It then became Duchy under the Habsburg, one of the most important royal houses of Europe. (The modern day Austria dates back it's origins to the Habsburg Dynasty.)

For 250 years starting from 1659, Luxembourg has been partitioned thrice between Belgium, France and Germany leaving it today with 20% of it's original territory from the ...

Battle of the Bulge Day

A travel blog entry by jaynjill.jaunts

15

... Roman city. Here the tour guide let us loose to explore on our own until time for the buses to take us back to the ship. It was here that Jay found a McDonalds to experience a Hamburger Royal TS and also where the guide pointed out a medieval merchant's home - a home with no stairs to the second floor - only ladders (at least in those times). Since there were no banks to safeguard your money, all your wealth was in gold or ...

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This hotel is located on Rue Du 24 Aout, 1, Latour.
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