Grand Hotel des Cascades
Travel Blogs from Mullerthal
... Luxembourg, we were able to see more of the countryside of Germany. Beautiful rolling hills with cows, wheat and little towns along the way. Celia and John are reading. Not many Americans on this trip. Mostly other Europeans. We were warned we would see a lot of people using selfie sticks with their phones to take photos but hardly any so far. Our first impressions of Luxembourg were mediocre. We took ...
Botox in Belgium,
The first page of my 2015 journey through Europe; at this
stage I don’t have much of an idea where I will end up, as usual I go with the
flow which means the flow of the good weather. Nearly a week ago I left
Australia for Amsterdam which this time I found a rather tiring exercise. A 5
hours stopover in Singapore followed by a 10 hours layover in Abu Dhabi added
to the ...
... towns seemed recently revamped, with new coats of plaster, and new paint. Each town seemed to have at least one rebuilt in a completely modern -- angular, glass, wood, and concrete -- style. And there were car dealerships everywhere.
We took a detour to the beautiful Chateau Vianden. This chateau is perched on a prominence overlooking a river valley, right on the border with Germany. It had fallen into ruins but was rebuilt in 1977. We parked ...
... to house about 34,000 people. Hewn into the rocky foundations, they were bombproof, a 23km network of tunnels and rooms where soldiers shared space with horses, bakeries, kitchens, artillery workshops and slaughterhouses....I hope they had some air freshener!
We took a tour into this labyrinth of defensive tunnels or casements as they are called. In one, was an absolute original 1831 cannon complete with the dent in the wall behind ...
... The drank gluvine and beer for a while (to warm ourselves up of course). Then we bumped into a klezmer band in the street who invited us to jam in with them for a bit
- then Vanessa insisted we gate crash her father's 50th birthday bash (which proved to be hilarious...)
Other places to stay in Mullerthal
1, rue de l'Ernz Noire, Mullerthal | Hotelfrom $130