Hotel Restaurant de la Canner

4 rue de l'Eglise, Kedange-sur-Canner, Lorraine, 57920, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 rue de l'Eglise, Kedange-sur-Canner.
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Travel Blogs from Kedange-sur-Canner

Eastern France as we head North

A travel blog entry by colgaz on Aug 12, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... updated over the centuries, particularly during the 18th and 19th centuries ( the oldest glass dates back to the 13th century) As I said,.. well worth a visit. We then headed back home for dinner. Tuesday morning we awoke to the continuing cool change,.. such a difference to the heat wave conditions we have been enduring throughout the Tuscan leg of our escapade. It is 10.00 am,.. and the outside temperature is 15 deg C. We explored Metz most of the day,.. ...

Final Day in Saarburg

A travel blog entry by lexiconlvr on Aug 07, 2014

9 photos

... instrumentation and it was a very fun piece for everyone to perform. Each performing ensemble was given 30 minutes in the Stadthalle in the afternoon for their final dress rehearsal to test the acoustics of the hall. l'Oiseau des Bois was a big hit on the program and the entice concert was terrific. Hopefully everyone will bring programs home to show their parents. Following the concert, there was a party in the hotel, with food, desserts ...

Week 2 in Saarburg

A travel blog entry by lexiconlvr on Aug 06, 2014

6 photos

... ves" by Jaques Ibert, which sounded terrific. The second half of the program featured the local chorus singing selections, then inviting Saarburg members up to the stage for their final number, "Alleluia" by Leonard Cohen. It was a very festive end to the evening. Tuesday evening featured a concert in Saarburg at the "Alte Glockengiesserei", a 19th century bell foundry that has been converted ...

The long boring road to Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Oct 22, 2013

5 photos

... the place must come alive with traffic and getting out of here was a nightmare and all mainly due to one silly set of traffic lights at the end of a long narrow road!!

Once through these lights traffic at least began to flow and at long last I was making some progress. Here in Holland I think it's illegal for bikes to push their way through between the cars and rather than get into trouble on my first day I thought I would be good and just sit in with the cars.


Week 20

A travel blog entry by lindsay81 on Aug 19, 2013

46 photos

... there we went to the tasting room, in which we had selected the Grand Vintage champagnes to try - the vintage year was 2004, and included a Rosé and a Brut. Not having had a Vintage before, only the bog standard, while still expensive, Imperial, the Imperial just does not compare. The Vintage were very, very good. The afternoon was spent driving along parts of the wine route to the South West of Reims, which included parts of the Montagene de Reims. The whole ...