Grand Hotel Cravat

29 Boulevard F.D. Roosevelt, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 2450, Luxembourg | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 29 Boulevard F.D. Roosevelt, Luxembourg City, is near Palace of the Grand Dukes (Palais Grand-Ducal), Petrusse Casemates, Casino Luxembourg, and Citadel of the Holy Spirit (Citadelle du St-Esprit).
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    Travel Blogs from Luxembourg City

    Final Day in Saarburg

    A travel blog entry by lexiconlvr on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... Every participant received a Certificate of Studies and were called up individually to receive their award in front of their peers. I managed to get a photo of each of the horn players receiving their certificates from the Director, Semyon Rozin. Everyone is now en route to airports and home. Barbara and I will travel for a week, first in the Moselle region going north from Saarburg, then spend several days in Paris. It has been a wonderful Festival, ...

    Week 2 in Saarburg

    A travel blog entry by lexiconlvr on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... is a really good piece. It is scored for 10 winds; pairs of oboes, flutes, clarinets, bassoons and horns. Maddie joined me as second horn on the piece. Midway during the concert, ominous thunder broke out overhead but we averted rain and the concert finished without incident! On Monday we went to the neighboring village of Irsch, where Nicky performed with his wind quintet the "Trois Pièces ...

    Biggest of the smallest Countries

    A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 04, 2014

    56 photos

    ... by many bridges and viaducts, including the Adolphe Bridge, the Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge, and the Passerelle.
    Although Luxembourg City is not particularly large, its layout is
    complex, as the city ...

    Take it slow

    A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 18, 2014

    21 photos

    ... a map that showed the front lines. It is a powerful experience. The also have a crypt there that was used to perform the many burial services after the battle. The next stop on the tour was Bastogne and we didn't have much time there. We had enough time for me to buy my Bastogne souvenir and grab the local brew. Sadly, we headed back to Brussels. On the bus ride back, we made plans to have dinner together and watch some of the World Cup. Then she fell asleep and I caught up ...

    Wine, Cheese, and Marilyn Monroe!

    A travel blog entry by abonilla on Apr 05, 2014

    30 photos

    ... s boundaries. We even went into an underground secret passage way and saw a drawbridge and remains of a castle. One of the governmental buildings used to be a prison and was recently transformed into a cultural center. Our tour guide also shared that although Luxembourg has been historically Catholic and very conservative, the people seem to be voting for a more liberal approach to their government and that the country is no longer as "stable" as it once ...