Hotel Aladin Forbach

Address: 57 rue Nationale, Forbach, Lorraine, 57600 , France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 57 rue Nationale, Forbach.
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Travel Blogs from Forbach

A new beginning, somehow...

A travel blog entry by philippmaik on Jun 06, 2015

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... problem left. How do I make picture fast when there are dangling from my hands? Still so much to figure out.
So, about the trek. I wanted to make a short hiking close to home and found this one in a guide. First I started on the wrong path, but got on the right one later. Most of the hiking trail leads through the forest, sometimes along some fields with a nice view. I really liked the ...

Fun in Saarbrucken.

A travel blog entry by pybus71 on May 25, 2015

7 photos

... arrival in Saarbrucken we are treated to an awesome Greek theme lunch with cold beer followed by a gentle walk through the city center. The city lies on the banks of the River Saar which is quite picturesque with old barges and a nice esplanade. It was raining a little but not enough to dampen our spirits.
On the way back to the flat where we were staying we came across four brass ...

Maginot Line and 3 Countries at once

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Feb 25, 2015

1 comment, 26 photos

... from the Swiss Border to the border with Belgium. The fortress at Hackenberg is well preserved and includes over 10km of underground tunnels, which are in the majority still setup as they were in the 1940s, as well as an excellent display of weapons and uniforms from the war.

The fortress had a strength of 1040 men and 42 officers all living below ground in a dark, noisy and cold confined area! The ...

Frozen Fingers

A travel blog entry by addicted2travel on Jul 14, 2011

1 photo

... 8217;s concert. The temperature only got to a high of a brisk 63 degrees Thursday, and on top of that, was damp and rainy. Perfect for our outdoor concert venue that night. I was able to skip the bus trip and go to the venue in a car that a faculty member had rented: a sleek Alfa Romeo. The venue was in a town called Schmelz. There was a wooden structure that covered ...

Driving to France for lunch

A travel blog entry by cmkohn on Jul 11, 2010

4 comments, 15 photos

... on Sundays most businesses are closed. This area in France was no exception. We walked a few blocks in the shopping district before we could find a restaurant. There were bakeries on about every block, but we wanted a meal. We finally found one, and it was clearly marked "restaurant" on the outside, so I knew it was the right place. Chris speaks some French, so I felt we'd be able to get somewhere with him ...