Hotel De L'Europe

56 Rue D'alsace, Luneville, Lorraine, 54300, France | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Luneville


A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld


... buster hills just a series of roller coaster rides. The trick was to go down fast enough to get momentum to make it up the other side. Good in theory but didn't always work though. As we got closer to Nancy the quiet country road soon turned into a intimidating busy one, so we found an alternative to that too. Luckily the last 5km was on a smooth, paved canal path. We seem to be getting fitter and stronger as even at the end of the day we were ...

Day 104-118: It's A Wrap!

A travel blog entry by joel_salgado


... Then there have been the not so fun events, like writing paper after paper and presenting one project after another. Somehow, I managed to study and take 6 final exams last week too.

But all good things must come to an end. I've said goodbye to some really great friends and a place I've learned to call home. I'm not ...

Coffee and a Six Pack

A travel blog entry by abonilla


When I was a little girl, I would help my mom count money at the close of the day. She was an entrepreneur (aside from being a missionary and teacher as well), so I grew up with the language of business being spoken around me. The interesting thing was that I didn't count the money in Lempiras, which is the name of our currency in Honduras; instead, I counted in Dollars, and as I counted each 1 (I guess my mom didn't trust me with more - I was always asking for junk food ...

Turkey? "Gobble, Gobble?"

A travel blog entry by abonilla


... blank in the face, he knew we were Americans. I just said, "je parle un peut de francais," and left it at that. We were soon seated and then the other adventure was trying to figure out what to eat. I don't think I've ever felt so frustrated with myself not knowing what I wanted to eat.

Coming from Orlando, I know what it's like for tourists to speak to us in different languages and us just look at them confused and wanting to help. Now I became one of ...

Alarms don't work for me

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

... home from the mall. So whatever I buy, I have to carry all the way back. It's weird because there isn't a parking lot by the mall. There is a parking area like 5-10 minutes from the mall. There just isn't enough room by the mall to put in a parking lot. It's almost like in the center of the little shopping area. I can't imagine trying to drive and find a place to park in this city. That would drive me insane.

So ...


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