Hotel Aster

Address: Rue De L Europe, Briey, Lorraine, 54150, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rue De L Europe, Briey.
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    Travel Blogs from Briey

    Luxembourg

    A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jul 09, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... people eating out. Pete had Flammehueke, which was a Luxembourg pizza, made with sour cheese and not tomato. I had a large salad once more. We walked back to the car along Petrusse Valley at the base of the city fortifications, and saw lots of folks out exercising. Back to the car; no parking ticket, and then the drive back to our Chateau. A lovely day seeing this tiny country in the south-East corner of Belgium, where saying hello to the Prime Minister seems to be part of everyday ...

    Meet Metz

    A travel blog entry by ames73 on May 30, 2015

    6 photos

    We spent the day exploring Metz. It's not a very big city and only has about 120,000 residents, but as usual we managed to get lost. Still, it was a good way to see a lot of the city. We attempted a self-guided walking tour aided with the map provided by the tourist center and our not-so-trustworthy sidekick Henri. First stop: Temple Neuf. I have no idea what this church is, but it is not open to the public, so we took a few photos and continued on our way. Next top was the ...

    Remembering WW1 at Verdun

    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jul 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Romagne military cemetery where the remains of 14,246 American soldiers are lain to rest, with a further 486 unknowns remembered on the walls outside the Chapel. This is the largest US cemetery in Europe but as with Colville, Normandy, (WW2 and 'Saving Private Ryan' fame) it is kept pristine and you are overwhelmed by the perfect symmetry, a sharp contrast to the rolling, agricultural landscape outside the gates. All in all, a thought provoking day to add to a very varied ...

    Quel Lux(e)!

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Oct 28, 2013

    1 comment

    ... expensive guidebook, I asked a policeman for directions, and we were off! As we walked into the centre of town, the heavens opened again, and we fought our way across the bridge into town against the driving rain and blowing wind. While I admit it did make the city look atmospheric and like a farflung outpost of a Tintin book, it was also bloody cold and we were soaked through when we arrived into town. We dropped into a souvenir store and then decided to go ...

    Week 20

    A travel blog entry by lindsay81 on Aug 19, 2013

    46 photos

    ... After a real delightful tasting, darling, we travelled further South eventually stopping for some lunch. A little further South, we decided to head back to Épernay - the home of Moët and some of the bigger houses. We first headed to Moët and booked a tour for the following day, and found out Dom Pérignon (apparently a Benedictine Monk, who is the founder of modern day champagne - we will be visiting his birth place later in our trip) is part of ...