Hampshire Moselhotel - Nitteler Hof
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... that I could travel with and not want to run away from after the first week. We walked some more, and lots of up and down...it's like this city is trying to tell us off for having icecream for dinner by making us work it off. It's tiring. After a while walking around and seeing a middle age couple with a selfie stick (just ask people to take your photos guys!), we went and sat in a square in the center. It's so picturesque! It ...
... We made our way along the river and climb up all the stairs...by the Eiffel Tower. No. Sorry. Side tracked by Mamma Mia. We did walk along the river though, and climb a whole lotta stairs that lead to a pretty view. We tried to find a supermarket so we could get something to put with cous cous, but the sun tricked us in to thinking it was a lot earlier than what it was. But there was an icecream shop open and there are no prizes for guessing what we ...
... wasn't bad and I didn't feel like I lost years off my life! I chose this tour mainly because I wanted to see Bastogne on my trip and this is the only service that does that. In a perfect world, I would rent a car and drive and explore Bastogne however I do not want to do that right now because it would be expensive. I guess I will have to come back! I got on the bus and almost immediately heard American being spoken so I turned around and started talking to this girl who ...
... natural. We strolled through the empty city streets for a few hours, and came across the Grand Ducal Palace, guarded by a lone man with a very large gun. After keeping an eye on the time, we decided to head back to the railway station and use the bathroom (like a boy scout, one must always be prepared). Now I know the main economy of the Duchy of Luxembourg- gouging tourists to use the railway bathroom. Most of the toilets I’ve used in Belgium have been ...
... did seem to go on, but they weren’t lit.)
The exit from the casemates was through the lower portion of the Pont du Château. They took us up to the city right where we’d started, the du Bock bus stop, and easily made it back to the train station in time to meet Joe in Ettelbruck for our final gelato trip. We all really enjoyed the casemates. They were the perfect last day excursion ...