Hotel Le Lafayette

24 Rue Des Clercs, Metz, Lorraine, 57000, France | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Metz


A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld


Cloudy with one or two patches of drizzle, 14-20deg, 185km but only 10km of that from motels to railway stations counts towards the total of 1,000km. What a way to bring up the 1,000km! Had an early start to catch a 7:08am train from Metz to Reims which departed on time to the second. Our bikes went in a special spot, hanging from the front wheel in the first carriage. We virtually had the train to ourselves until ...


A travel blog entry by alexissnow


... valentine-less and couldn’t talk about our weekend plans. So there is a group or a club I guess that just plans and organizes parties for the students and Wednesday was the "biggest party of the semester“, some called it a castle party others called it the forest party. Basically you take a bus to a big house in the middle of the forest and the drinks are free and everyone gets absolutely wild. I didn’t think the techno music ...

I have the cutest Sociology prof ever!

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl


... came over and tried to fix it. I mean he studies computer science so he should know how to fix my iPad right? Well I was wrong. There was really nothing we could do to fix it except repeat what I had already done. It was so upsetting.

I stayed up until after midnight trying to get my baby to work, but nothing I did made any difference. So I decided that I might as well try to sleep and see if I can deal with it and make it work in the morning.

Day Six - Our last day of biking - Viva La France

A travel blog entry by ramblingroads

... Shuman, who was in part responsible for drafting the Schengen Agreement removing the border controls between EU countries. We met the van inside the city gates of Rodermack where we were to have our picnic lunch by the beautiful fountain in the town square. The weather was, as usual, cool and damp. Our guides arranged for our picnic to be held in a small cafe near the fountain. ...

The 19th of September

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl


... go down instead of using the stairs. Maybe it's for the people who are already drunk and will hurt themselves on the stairs? I don't really know for sure.

The club was a lot of fun. There were so many people there too. They played a lot of American music, which is good because it's better to dance to then any French music. It was another late night, but thankfully I don't have anything to do tomorrow until 4pm.


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