Hotel Le Chatelet
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Travel Blogs from Luxembourg City
... bottle and the assistants in full Bavarian costumes are pouring you a tester.....! We purchased a few bottles and we're also given some wee pressies from the shop with our purchase. We are very close to the Czech border so we thought we would visit. As you cross the border your welcoming committee are prostitutes walking the roads, and stalls selling all your counterfeit clothes with all the World Cup football tops looking to be the offer of the ...
Today we drove to Egging which is in the heart of Bavaria, the weather now is very and sunny. We arrived around lunch time and opted for a nice lazy afternoon reading and relaxing. It was warm but I still managed to complete my run with David accompanying me on his bike. The campsite e at staying at is excellent we have booked in for 3 nights so that we can explore the area. I have now got 3 very angry insect bites it happens me every time ...
... hills) and I could see a fortress in and on top of the mountain. The guide took us on a very scenic nature walk that showed us the best of Luxembourg City and the most tourist parts. For the longest time, I thought we were the only people in the city because no one was there. It is the quietest European capital I've ever been in! Now I see how it is one of the smallest countries on earth! It was just strange to only see a few people though so we wondered if there were any people ...
... and German and broadly spoken, but our tour guide mentioned that hearing five languages in one day is a normal part of life! We even experienced it when we walked into a souvenir shop and music was playing in Spanish and the ladies at the registers were fluent in Spanish! Apparently, the Luxembourg citizens are actually a minority in the country's capital city (also called Luxembourg), since there was a large immigration from Portugal and Italy many, ...
... than you would imagine (earliest recordings date
back to 963AD). Definitely a city of interest.
However, Luxemburg was just a stop on the way to Paris. We've rented an apartment in Saint Germain for 5 days. We're really looking forward to spending some time in one spot instead of packing and unpacking. And what better place to lay up than Paris.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed