Travel Blogs from Merzig
... to the base of the cliffs where the most beautiful gardens including terraced vege gardens could be found, from there we walked back to the top and followed the high cliffs of the corniche for an amazing view. We then found the very large bridge called Adolphe! This bridge was built in the early 1900s and was massive, designed by a Frenchman and a Luxembourger, named after Grand Duke Adolphe who reigned over Luxembourg. Amazing feat of architecture given it's length, and width ...
... of the village. Enjoyed our picnic lunch, have done this now for a few days, have set up our picnic bag with plates,forks etc and then just buy bread rolls, salad, nice cheese and cold meats really enjoying being able to stop when we want and can eat anywhere! From here we drove to Belvaux which is about 20 Kms from Luxembourg city centre, the city itself was very expensive, ...
This is a very very very relaxed day tour to Luxembourg in the sense that the city was not really covered that well in my opinion but this time at least with the company of my family. We drove down to Luxembourg and it was a 2.5 - 3 hours drive including stops for food. We attended Sunday mass at the Notre Dame Cathedral. Nonetheless we went to a ...
Some of the Heintzelman relatives (they are Nana's maternal relatives), came from Merzig, Germany. Since it is so close, we decided to visit while we're in the area.
Our first look at Merzwig was pretty spectacular. We rounded a corner and a lovely green valley was spread out in front of us with Merzig at its center.
Merzig is in the Rhineland-Palatinate state of Germany, on the banks of the Saar River. Merzig itself is about the size of ...
We didn't leave particularly early and although it was grey, it looked like it might brighten up later. We recrossed the bridge and cycled alongside the autobahn for a while, past a large power plant then through some woods with industrial areas on the other side. One was a large steel making plant that seemed to use reclaimed and recycled metal judging by the huge piles of metal being craned around. Another seemed to be some type of mineral processing plant as we cycled under a very ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility