HotelF1 Merlebach Saarbrück

RN 3, Merlebach, Moselle, Lorraine, 57800, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Merlebach

Winter port and encounters with champagne

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 26, 2014

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... go with a 17.5 meter barge? The VNF people know what boats are on their waterway and in general, know who is driving them as well.


We had a couple of missions in mind for our trip: 1) find a winter mooring 2) visit smaller champagne producers 3) drink champagne 4) buy champagne 5) take lots of baths 6) eat meals I didn’t have to cook. I can report that all were accomplished!


We headed first about 2 hours north to ...

Nearing the end of the Champagne-Bourgogne

A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Jul 21, 2014

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... the tow path to dump the stuff somewhere (I suspect it makes good fertilizer if processed) and then came bustling back for another load.


The weed had piled up so thick that the lock gates could not fully close and they were worried about the mechanisms. We finally got permission to get through the lock and arrived at the halte here at Orconte, which is just before the lock. There was another steam shovel and truck operation going here as well, which ...

Verdun

A travel blog entry by wearn4nz on Jul 17, 2014

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... repeated occupation and fighting. In between these sombre reflections, we lightened the mood with a visit to the home of handcrafted sugar almonds, Braquier. The tour of the factory was in French so a little frustrating to only be able to catch a few recognisable words and phrases but at least it was free! Being one of Mum's favourite sweets, we just had to buy a few bon bons to sample in the factory shop afterwards! ...

Remembering WW1 at Verdun

A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jul 12, 2014

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... intensity of the battle is the remaining craters, now grassed over, from the canon fire exchanged between the two sides. In front of the building is a cemetery for hundreds of French casualties, each with a cross bearing an inscription, and a red rose bush planted in front, though many were now past their best. Next stop was to see the American monument at Montfaucon. The US involvement was a revelation to me since I hadn't realised their contribution to WW1 ...

Culinary Field Trip and Roman Ruins

A travel blog entry by carolynefox on May 13, 2014

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There was a woman (whose name I have forgotten) who earned the first Michelin star in France. A young pastry chef, Paul Bocuse, rode his bicycle 240 miles to this woman's restaurant to beg her to let him apprentice for her. He wanted to be the best chef in France. She agreed and he met his goal. In Lyon, there is a famous upscale food mart, "les Halles de Bocuse". This morning, about 30 of the 190 passengers signed up to tour this mart with the boat's chef. I, of course, was ...

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