Hampshire Moselhotel - Nitteler Hof
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... English in school. And that over 60% of the inhabitants of Luxembourg are foreigners....which is not hard with a population of half a million! It is one of the EU centres in Europe. After our tour we wander through the old town, and visit the Luxembourg City History Museum. It's a very innovative museum using the basements and floors of old buildings, with models, videos, objects describing elements of the history of Luxembourg. We didn't always follow it, and the pathway through was ...
... capita than anywhere in the world. Luxembourg is beautiful.....a combination of spectacular countryside, castles, sophisticated picturesque towns and villages nestled in valleys and there is of course The City of Luxembourg itself. The Country is a bit of a mystery and some of it's wealth is based on International Banking and apparently has murky tax haven goings on........... The Chateau Urspelt "loomed" in the distance........located in ...
The concert was the best that I think we played. We played Outdoor Overture, Adagio for Strings, Beethoven and the Chatham. I started to cry at the end because I had had such an amazing journey. After the concert we had to transport all of our things to the two buses. Then we traveled for five hours to Paris to fly home.
... years back and who I shared mutual friends with back in Orlando. I knew the world was a small place, but meeting a UCF student in a random bar in Luxembourg is crazy.
The next day, we ended up near the border of Germany and Luxembourg near a small village called Trier. Our German friend who gave us a private tour of Luxembourg City is from that village and plays football (soccer), for a team in Luxembourg. Being ...
... were once used to house troops, and during WWII they were used as a bomb shelter able to house up to 35,000 people (frankly this amazes me because they aren’t that big). From one side of the cliff, we looked down on the old Neumünster Abbey which is now a cultural venue. The abbey has a really interesting history. After it was an abbey it was turned into a prison following the ...