Hotel La Citadelle Metz

Address: 5 avenue Ney, Metz, Lorraine, 57000, France | 4 star hotel
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      France = Friends, Fun & Food

      A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Sep 05, 2014

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      ... br> Le Havre was rebuilt after the Second World War, as toward the end of the conflict it was obliterated by allied troops in the final days of the conflict.

      This rebuilding work is now protected under UNESCO World Heritage conventions. The apartment blocks were made to house the many people left homeless after the allied led liberation. They were constructed to be very egalitarian. Each flat was the same size (dependent on number of inhabitants – ie ...

      I Don't Know How to Pour Tea

      A travel blog entry by abonilla on Feb 17, 2014

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      ... all take a "selfie" together... then he posted in on Facebook. Oh goodness, we became famous.

      Overall, it was a great experience to visit Metz and the Pompidou Center! The city certainly has an influence of a myriad of cultures and I hope to return one day soon. I learned that I need to drink more tea though - so I can practice to one day have that perfect tea party I dream of!!

      Much love from Metz, the capital of Lorraine!

      Amy :)


      Welcome to the Metz Christmas Market !

      A travel blog entry by victorian67 on Dec 01, 2013

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      ... you in a City that knows to celebrate Christmas with warmth !

      I know the centre of Metz quite well and yet it was a a wonderful surprise to discover all these familiar Streets and squares dressed in festive colours starting with the Place de la République with its Big Wheel and its Ice Skating Rink then to the Place St Louis with its magical Village Under the Stars with Chalets straight out of a Russian winter tale and finally the Place St Louis with its traditional ...

      It's a bit chilly today

      A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Nov 25, 2013

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      ... even though she was guilty. It was so bad.

      I found some old Mary-Kate and Ashley movies, more specifically "It takes two" and "Passport to Paris." I am dying at the attempt at French accents in Passport to Paris and their lack of translating French correctly. The guy said "gamins" which is another word for children when trying to talk to the waiter. Their French accents are hilarious as well. They do not sound like native French speakers. I laughed so hard.

      Still exhausted from sewing

      A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Oct 18, 2013

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      ... residences, like mine. One building doesn't even have fridges and the other building does. What kind of residence doesn't have a fridge? Yohan's place was nice, and again put my little room to shame. I think Boudonville's renovated rooms are a lot nicer and a lot more colorful. They have little kitchenettes and I don't think his did. We watched the Lady and the Tramp. I couldn't stay awake long enough to finish the end of it so I came home. It was still a really late.