- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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75 days to departure.
the day of departure is coming closer and as it does, my excitement grows. I just turned 19 yesterday and realized that this will probably be the last birthday that I will spent living at home. I also just returned from a short trip to the British isles on which I visited Dublin and Glasgow with a good mate of mine, Tomas, before spending a day ...
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 ...
... bakeries, slaughterhouses and other infrastructure. There were a couple of square constructions used as toilets during world war 2 Sign onside "don't forget the sand "(not in English of course ) After that we then Walked to the start of the Wenzel walk a mixture of new and old city, the start is nearby Bock Cassemates (the other end of the Petrussemates (they used to have tunnels connecting the 2) We weren't going to go through these as well ,but they looked interesting so off ...
... unexpected views. Despite raining the entire time in the country/city it still looked so beautiful, with massive cliffs and greenery, whilst from our hotel room in the Hilton Hotel we could see the forest covered in clouds!
I would highly recommend a weekend visit ...
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 ...