Hotel de Foetz

Address: Rue de l'Avenir, 1, Foetz, Luxembourg, L-3895, Luxembourg | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Foetz

Paris to Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by angelpenang on Dec 03, 2014

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Heading north to The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
country dwarfed between its neighbours France, Germany and
Belgium. City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city &
highlight all the attractions and point of interest along the ...

This place is quite tiny

A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Nov 06, 2014

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... 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 ...

Final Day in Saarburg

A travel blog entry by lexiconlvr on Aug 07, 2014

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... horn to improve resonance. He had all of the hornists try them and the results were impressive. Everyone learned a great deal from him and we were very fortunate to have him visit us. The final concert last night, 6 August, was in the Stadthalle, right in town, near the hotel. The horn quartet played a unique piece by the composer Franz Doppler, for four horns and flute called "L'Oiseau des Bois" (Birds in the Forest). No one had ever played a piece with ...

Luxembourgh City

A travel blog entry by ramblingroads on Oct 12, 2013

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... The city was built high above the Alzette River. The multi-level "casements" protected the city from invasion. There were three city walls built as the city expanded. In one street, the excavations showed sections of the second city wall. We ate supper at The Chocolate House, situated directly across the street from the palace. It was a lively spot frequented by ...

Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Jun 25, 2013

2 comments, 21 photos

... fortifications, started in 1644 and eventually stretching to 23 km and up to 40 metres deep. These, together with it’s defensible position led to it being known as 'The Gibralter of the North’.They had to destroy all but a symbolic part of these casemates as the price of neutrality in 1867 but, sadly, this neutrality was ignored by German troups in both world wars.

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