Hotel Restaurant St. Erasmus

Kirchstrasse 6a, Trassem, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54441, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trassem

Wine, Cheese, and Marilyn Monroe!

A travel blog entry by abonilla


... going though, even if it meant going alone. That's the beauty of Europe, you can just take a train ride anywhere and you'd be in a different country, like I did today!! The Paolas and I ended up heading to Luxembourg at around 10am this morning. We deserved a day trip after our final exam.

The weather wasn't too nice at first, it was cloudy and gloomy, but it soon livened up. After departing the train, we proceeded to find the tourism office. We ...

Luxembourg City- Casemates galore

A travel blog entry by mwetzel


... too so it was great to be outside. We took the bus back to the center of town. We got some souvenirs and grabbed lunch. We got our backpacks and caught a train back to Brussels. On the way, we sat next to the French version of Harry from One Direction haha.

Friday night we bought our train tickets for London, Paris, and Amsterdam. Next weekend: London! Watch our Harry Potter fans *cough*Michelle*cough* I do believe a Harry Potter tour is coming my way.



To Luxembourg!

A travel blog entry by ahartry


... climbed up the road to the chateau. In the entrance courtyard, they are constructing a series of modern buildings -- all glass exteriors -- which look like they may form a conference center, meeting rooms, or other multipurpose purpose. The castle itself is interesting, and the tour is extensive. We did not buy the guide so were a little clueless, but castle rooms are both fairly obvious and multipurpose. The views from the various terraces were gorgeous.

Luxxxin' It

A travel blog entry by reenashah


... can make you look extremely tired too). The first bar we went into, we took a death shot, which is a shot of the hardest alcohol and they set it on fire and you have to blow it out and then take it. I unfortunately could not even finish it. Our next stop was this cafe-type bar where Suvitha and I shared a mango-passion daiquiri---absolutely amazing.

The next morning, we decided to tour the city. We visited the Notre Dame Cathedral and ...

Lux for luxurious

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian

This is a top pick!

From the campsite at Kockelscheuer, it is an easy bus ride into the city. The Bock Casemates were on our must-see list; 26km of defensive tunnels under the original city and garrison. Not all is open to the public but the bit that is emphasised the strategic value of this location. The tunnels are in the rock supporting the city and have loopholes for weaponary on 2 or 3 sides. A quite stunning achievement, ...


This 3 star hotel is located on Kirchstrasse 6a, Trassem.
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