Hotel Auberge Michel Rodange

Wiltz, Diekirch, Luxembourg | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wiltz

A Drive Through Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by caylameinert


Last Monday, we began our second group study field trip. We departed Freiburg early in the morning, dressed to impress in our business formal clothes.. Business formal clothing on a bus for over 6 hours, turns out to not look as nice once you step off the bus... On our way to Luxembourg, we stopped at the Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial in St. Avold, France.. Not ...

Luxembourg City- The Capital

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain


... 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 ...

Vianden- Fairy Tale Castle

A travel blog entry by chhavi_jain


... At the Church of the Trinitarians in Vianden, her skull remains preserved. She has thus become such a revered figure for Luxembourgian women.

When Luxembourg was under the Dutch rule, Vianden became somehow jinxed with earthquakes and fires damaging the castle. Things worsened when William I of the Netherlands, uninterested in Vianden and its castle, eventually sold ...

My first weekend as a Luxembourgian

A travel blog entry by laceyk3


... enough for believing in me and letting this all happen.
I miss everyone from home but I know that this is an experience I may never get again and need to be a sponge to my surroundings. It is funny how people can tell you about Europe and how amazing it is but when you are here you get the overall experience it makes pictures and stories seem like they are no where near giving the experience the justice it deserves.
I have been having the hardest ...

Time to break out the Thesaurus...

A travel blog entry by laschus


... up the hill from the hostel - The Bock Casemates. As I indicated yesterday these are large stone structures that overlook the valleys below and were the site of early fortresses and castles. The first structure was built into them in 963 (you read that right...they are over 1000 years old!) and the view from them is breathtaking. As it turns out I found myself using this word a LOT during my wanderings, along with "spectacular" ...


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