Hostellerie du Peiffeschof

Address: 111 Chemin du Peiffeschoff, Arlon, Luxembourg, The Ardennes, 6700, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 111 Chemin du Peiffeschoff, Arlon.
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    Travel Blogs from Arlon

    Bastogne Area

    A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... a circle - the heraldic symbol of the U.S. I walked up the stairs to the top and could see in all directions, but the monument itself was more impressive than the view.
    We stopped at a couple of other smaller memorials and then at the edge of Jacques woods, part of the Ardenne Forest. This is an area where some of the hardest battles were fought in December of 1944. We walked into the woods and saw what remains of the foxholes that ...

    More WWI

    A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... Cemetery there. In a touching ceremony, our two veterans were awarded silver stars by the Luxembourg Cemetery committee. Scott, our cemetery guide, told us all about the Battle of the Bulge, where most of the soldiers in this cemetery died. He then showed us the grave of George Patton and gave us free time to look around.
    Then we were back on the bus to go to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow we will have an all day tour of the Bulge area. ...

    THE DAY WAS VERY EMOTIONAL

    A travel blog entry by cjasko on Jun 07, 2015

    ... for us.

    Traveling with us is BRUCE AND JAN BENDER from Denver. Friends of Chuck and Yvonne.
    bruce had an Uncle whom he never met who died in this Battle of the Bulge. Well, Bruce located that Uncle, Charles Bender, which added to the emotional high. The six of us visited his cross marked grave.

    Finally, we learned that the brilliant General GEORGE PATTON, who led the Allies in this
    Battle, was also buried in ...

    Climbing Leaves Me Blow-Minded

    A travel blog entry by rebeccamcintyre on May 17, 2015

    6 photos

    ... mat, pillow and towel for the trip. That being said, I did make breakfast most mornings, so I at least contributed a bit.

    The days of the trip were taken up with climbing. I had never lead-climbed outside before so that was a really cool step up in my climbing experience. I also learned to set anchors and clean them when I was finished. I climbed with Marieke all weekend, which was perfect, since we get along really well and ...

    Tracing Our Past

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 17, 2014

    14 photos

    ... we can draw only the outline of what really happened. The details we can never see.

    _______________________________________ _________________________


    Here is what I know . . . or think I know.

    On February 22, 1943 at the age of 18 Robert Lear enlisted in the Army.




    He, together with many young men from Sangamon County in Illinois were assigned to the 553 AAA AW ...