Hampshire Moselhotel - Nitteler Hof
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Luxembourg. Since it was on our way back to Switzerland we decided to check it
out. Our route took us through the Ardennes to a small village called
Kautenbach. The area is beautiful and our campsite was nestled into the bottom
of a valley and surrounded by forested mountains on all sides. The campsite was
very pretty and comfortable, but being at the bottom of a valley was pretty
cold as well.
Today we got up and had breakfast. It was the typical hostel/hotel breakfast.
Once we ate we went on the tourism hop on hop of tour. The information was pretty dull for a roman city with so many UNESCO sites.
We went to the amphitheatre which was pretty cool. There was the big fighting ring and the gladiator's cells which were tiny.
We also went to the hop ...
Sunday 21st September 2014
Today we got up and went checked out. I spoke to Pat for a good half an hour because it was my birthday. It was nice.
We went and got some pastries for breakfast and then hopped onto the train to Treir. It was delayed. Out second train was also delayed. This was due to a small landslide where rocks has fallen on the tracks. So instead of two trains and a 2 ...
... of traffic) Decided to have a very late lunch as our food options here in the village are limited, Sean had a mixed meat plate including duck and I had a confit of duck, which was delicious. The food here in the centre very much french based. Really great tasting and perfect size. Our drive tomorrow retraces some of the area we have visited when staying in Strasbourg,which will be great. We will be going through Luxembourg into Germany and then into France - 3 countries in one ...
... stops at garages on the way and three stops at fairly large campsites, the atmosphere in the van was one of frustration; of course, we should have known better not to get frazzled, well aware are we of the "ups and downs" of everyday travel but the people seemed generally unhelpful or disinterested. In the end, we were given a leaflet that led us to a shop, in a house, on the outskirts of a town. Waiting at the counter was a tall young ...