Hotel Victoria

Address: rue des Récollectines 4, Durbuy, Luxembourg, The Ardennes, 6940, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on rue des R├ęcollectines 4, Durbuy.
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    Travel Blogs from Durbuy

    Center La Clousure

    A travel blog entry by temvdk on May 02, 2015

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    ... much nicer accommodation than the rooms that we had in Paris. The grounds have 350 camping sites and 150 cabins on site so are quite big. In the hight of summer they have approx 2000 people here at once. There is a restaurant, 2 bars, 3 tennis courts, a basketball court, a swimming pool, kids programmes, the river and lots more activities. We went for a walk ...

    In The Beginning

    A travel blog entry by sarahlridy on Mar 03, 2015

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    In the beginning was the backpack. And a bed covered in stuff. And all the stuff on the bed had to somehow fit inside the backpack. This is my forclaz easyfit backpack, it fits 60 litres of stuff (actually quite a lot) and at the beginning it is an empty slate: everything that I will need for ...

    Walking in the footsteps of REAL Heroes

    A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 13, 2014

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    ... well as a few foxholes.

    And before I begin, please understand that this is something that is very important to me. I have always had a great appreciation for our military, as we all do, and with regards to World War II, I'm just so very interested in the history of the battles and the men that served. To have an opportunity to do this, is just one of the biggest highlights of my life. I don't know if I would have been able to do what they did ...

    First the Germans, then the Aggies. Poor Bastogne

    A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 12, 2014

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    ... In what was known as the coldest winter in a hundred years, the Allies were short on supplies, ammo, clothing and men. Yet they held. They knew the importance of holding until help arrived and they held and held. Then George Patton's 3rd Army broke through and came to the aid of the battered soldiers and eventually pushed the Germans back. However, I have read that the soldiers in Bastogne never admitted that they were "rescued" nor did ...

    Ineffective b..... Internet

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... no wind. Not bad. Stopped for soup at Rochefort. More road works and pavements being replaced. Good soup and back on the road, this time taking the road less travelled. Obscure roads through tiny villages veering across the countryside.



    Unfortunately, the weather deteriorated as the afternoon progressed. Drove through persistent rain to the small hamlet of Cartigny. Think ...