Chateau De Latour

Address: Rue Du 24 Aout, 1, Latour, Luxembourg, The Ardennes, 6761, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rue Du 24 Aout, 1, Latour.
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    Travel Blogs from Latour

    Bastogne Area

    A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 09, 2015

    10 photos

    ... dug to protect themselves. It was easy to picture the scene since we had watched some WWII movies and documentaries at home.
    We drove through Parkers Crossroads, and on to Malmedy. We stood at the edge of Malmedy looking across the road to the field where 84 American prisoners of war were executed by Germans soldiers.
    One of the reasons Steve was so interested in going on this trip was because his uncle, Dave Zylstra fought in ...

    More WWI

    A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... Cemetery there. In a touching ceremony, our two veterans were awarded silver stars by the Luxembourg Cemetery committee. Scott, our cemetery guide, told us all about the Battle of the Bulge, where most of the soldiers in this cemetery died. He then showed us the grave of George Patton and gave us free time to look around.
    Then we were back on the bus to go to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow we will have an all day tour of the Bulge area. ...

    Tracing Our Past

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 17, 2014

    14 photos

    ... part of what was to become the Ninth Army. AAA stands for Anti Aircraft Artillery. AW stands for automatic weapons. BN stands for mobile. Their job was to protect ground troops from German aircraft and offer ground support when needed.


    On July 1, 1944, three weeks after D Say, Battery B of the 553rd sailed for England from New York on the Queen Mary .










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    City on the edge!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Aug 11, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... why it was listed as a Unesco World Heritage site in 1994, not one building but the entire old town! Picture a massive cliff of rock that falls away on three sides into a valley below. In the old days, before bridges were built across these valleys, it was accessible only from the West. On the end of it, in 963, Count Siegfried built his fortress, which with the first market square and church became the heart of the city around which ...

    Play Time

    A travel blog entry by melendra on Feb 21, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... bus stop (aside from the one at the train station). Most of the buses in Luxembourg come through this stop at some point, and we'd taken the 100 bus home from this point the last time we were in the city. My first thought was that we might be able to catch the 100 bus that leaves the city between 4:00 and 5:00 (it only leaves once an hour), but when we walked up to that stop the schedule showed that the bus left at 4:10. (Now this bus is perpetually late, ...