Hôtel Carpini

Address: 79, route de Luxembourg , Bascharage, Luxembourg, L-4950, Luxembourg | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 79, route de Luxembourg , Bascharage.
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    What an awesome city

    A travel blog entry by kmattenborough on Sep 09, 2015

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    ... bring the story to life. Matt & I really liked the treasury with all the Roman gold coins. The mosaics were also very good. They talked about how the chariot races had 4 different colors and spectators supported a color and went crazy for their team. Lots of sports betting as well.

    The exhibition was 1646 - about the 30 year war in Europe. It was aimed at kids so Matt enjoyed that.


    Hiking trip

    A travel blog entry by kmattenborough on Sep 08, 2015

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    We took the bus out to Consdorf where we had the idea of walking to Mullerthal. Started off in Consdorf at camp ground and Matt played on the soccer pitch, then somehow managed to get on the wrong trail, and then took a few wrong turns and ended up in a neighboring town. Trail was lovely and we saw some cool rock formations. Walked a good 15 kms, All flat ...

    Castles and treasure and art and wine!

    A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 10, 2013

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    From the northern edge of Reims, we headed further north still and to the small township of Foy, for Jase to have his fan moment and stand in the spot of the Ardennes, where the troops from easy company would have dug in and fought. After finding that Foy was not so much of a town than a few houses we managed to stumble across a military cemetery where he found an information board that said there was a site 5 minutes down ...

    Luxembourg and Germany

    A travel blog entry by rob-lowe on Nov 01, 2012

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    ... of curious punks came over. After a few hours of chatting I tried to peel off to camp, but punk hospitality wouldn't stand for that - I would stay with them at a friends house round the corner. We walked in darkness and rain for over an hour to a farm house and spent a long night sat on sofa listening to the German chatter.
    At 5am we went to bed and at 6am we woke up. I spent my first morning in Austria trying to keep awake on the ...

    Luxembourg City- The Capital

    A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain on Sep 24, 2012

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    ... finally guaranteed independence and neutrality of Luxembourg. But by then 65% territory was annexed by Belgium allowed by the same treaty for reasons too complex.

    When all this was not enough, Luxembourg was occupied by Germany from 1914- 1918 and again from 1940-1944 during both the world wars. The Luxembourgians resisted and refused to speak German and this is when the use of ...