Parc Beaux-Arts Hotel Luxembourg
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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Luxembourg Travel Tip 01:
Dress nice. The way I see it, there are a couple of different ways to approach the need to dress well: a) select your nicest clothes, throw them away and buy something nicer or b) wear whatever you brought and develop a thick skin (pretend you can't see the waiters and other patrons looking you up and down as you enter …
... for the EU in Luxembourg, so is in the know. He is now retired and does the tour guiding part time. So that was a treat. We have also seen the Congregation Church, the Cathedral to the Virgin Mary and the Gella Fra (golden girl) memorial to the wars. We walked along the Corniche, which overlooks the Alzette river and some of the remnant fortifications of this city. We learn that Luxemburgers speak Luxembourghish, a German French variant , they also learn French and German, and ...
... new modern area of large glass buildings of the European Union.
We spent two days wandering around going on tour buses and a little tour train. I liked the old area best with the old buildings, though the castle area had been raised to the ground over twenty times in the past due to wars and ...
... forward to exploring. Then, a few blocks from the train station I found a place that did chocolate kebabs. My trip was already worth it.
With nothing in particular in mind I joined the afternoon walking tour. It was one of those pre-paid affairs with the old, educated and monotone walking guide rather than the young and exuberant guide who knows they need to impress to get tips. My mind ended up wandering for much of it, but it was still a good way to see ...
... the tiny streets and pinpoint a garage and find the entrance to said garage. Well. It took us a while to figure out. But hey! We had made it! Luxembourg is weird. It's got a lot of business going on and the people speak a lot of languages. It's estimated that around 70% of people who live their are not from Luxembourg. We set out to explore the city and, as the expert navigator, I figured out a path for us to city center. Only, as we explored, I kept telling Cortney and Erika that ...