Hotel Belle Vue
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After covering half the country, including the capital city, the previous day, we realised that we would have to pace ourselves - take things a bit more slowly. We slept late and had a long breakfast (not the best, but food is food).
On today's itinerary was no less than four castles. Our first stop was in Bourglinster to view an 18th- …
... I pictured we would be taking a "bathroom break," but I am really glad we got to see this memorial. It was definitely a very sobering experience looking out into the cemetery and seeing so many white crosses.
After hearing such great things about Luxembourg from my Aunt and Uncle who had lived there for an extended time, I was quite excited; however, we only got ...
... us. She is offering a place in particuliar for bicycle tourists. "Haus am Saarufer"
We end up having bbq with her and her husband finishing 4 bottles of wine on 5 adults.
Interesting thing is that due to the treat of river flooding they live in the 1st floor. The basement is what they let to travelers.
... with loads of amazing salami hanging from the window. Just by chance bumped into our campervan neighbors, a very kind English couple which lived full time on the road telling us their stories. Next we decided to head off across the boarder back into Belgium to find our next camp ...
... Luxembourg was a kind of loser in a big fight in Europe? Hmm... I wouldn't say so. The country of Luxembourg does not have an independent historical development any different from the surrounding European countries. It was referred to as the Duchy of Luxembourg (Duchy means territory of a duke or duchess) and a state in the Holy Roman Empire. For five centuries, the House of Luxembourg was very ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Belle Vue Vianden
The hotel is nicely situated, walking distance to all the sights Vianden has to offer. We had to pay for parking, even though it was advertised that there was free public parking available (which there was, but it is always full). Also, the staff in general was quite unfriendly and it seemed like an effort for them to do anything.
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