Hotel Les 5 Ourthes

Address: Rue du Herou 72 , Nadrin, Luxembourg, The Ardennes, B-6660 , Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rue du Herou 72 , Nadrin.
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    Travel Blogs from Nadrin

    Savouring the sun!

    A travel blog entry by blach on Aug 06, 2015

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    So today we had planned to leave Luxembourg for our last destination Brugge, for our last two nights. However, on checking the forecasts we opted for the 33°C of Luxembourg over the 21°C at Brugge. The boys were happy with this as they had made friends. This meant today we've spent the day ...

    Almost over! :0(

    A travel blog entry by blach on Aug 05, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    So after getting up leaving the previous site we had just under an hours drive to tonight's stop. A fuel stop filling a well planned empty tank at €1.01 per lt (at today's exchange rate that I got of €1.4039 makes it 72p/lt). It's the 3rd year running we've been to this site as a stopover. Either at the start or end of ...

    Walk till I can walk no more

    A travel blog entry by dutchnomad on Apr 07, 2015

    ... brings me all the way to Neufchateau. I find a campsite that's owned by a Dutch family. By now I've learned that it's worth while to tell people I'm on a budget. The people start calculating, give me quite a big discount but still end up being the most expensive so far. I forgot my towel in Bastogne. I ask the Dutch family if they have a spare towel for me. They do and in my mind this makes up for the high ...

    Walking in the footsteps of REAL Heroes

    A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 13, 2014

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    ... you will find the 101 Airborne "Easy Company" memorial. This is the company celebrated in Band of Brothers. In the field behind the memorial is where so many of that company lost their lives fighting off the Germans. It was somber and moving, but the field was covered in snow and was very beautiful. After spending a few moments there, a military convoy passed me a few times. These were the reenactors that I mentioned previously. This was one of ...

    Parks, rivers, castles

    A travel blog entry by thetravelmoores on May 26, 2014

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    ... took about 2 hours to do the tour around the Castle, up steps, down steps, backwards and forwards, a superbly laid out display of rooms, tapestries and old munitions. Apparently the castle was built on the remains of a Roman Fort back in the 1700’s, fell in to disrepair at the start of the 1900’s and was only renovated in 1970.

    Back down in the town we found ...