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Travel Blogs from Clervaux
... br> an easy walk. I thank you personally as a friend that you undertook
this walk with me." Reagan responded candidly: "This visit has
stirred many emotions in the American and German people too. Some old
wounds have been reopened, and this I regret very much, because this
should be a time of healing."
... in a lovely bar right by the river. We wandered round the town and then finished up with a lovely meal in a restaurant overlooking the square. Just made it back to the campsite before a big thunderstorm came its time like this I'm glad we are in the camper and not on the ...
... pride and sense of citizenship were eye openers. We were also disabused of the fact that Luxembourgers party all night last night. It was only due to the duke's birthday and this happens once a year every year, and the same countrywide party also happens on Holland on their monarch's birthday. Usually the city closes down and is dead to the world by 10 pm. After our very long chat we finally got on our ...
Fascinating to see how quickly the town of Luxembourg ends and countryside begins. Yet you are crossing upmarket residential areas of close commuters.
We made a 2-day bike trip from Luxembourg to Echternach. To get there we took the National Cycle Routes 2 to Mertert, then hilly 4 to Mosel river, 1 km downstream the Mosel and then upstream the Syre on route 3. For ...
Vianden's castle invites for a mideval tour. The village itself is also very nice. Just across the bridge of river Our is already Germany.
Take on your way there or back the route via Little Switzerland - the nicest scenery of Luxembourgish nature. Apart from ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed