Ibis Styles Luxembourg Centre
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... shopping to kill some time.
We left on the 7:39pm train back to Nancy with the guys and we were excited because online it said we were going on the night train, but the website lied. It was still an interesting train ride back to Nancy. There was this and woman and man sitting behind the guys trying to give us flowers. Eventually they left at the first stop and got in a fight with the conductor! We could hear them from the second floor ...
... very different. We checked in to our hotel, carrying and wearing our packs and dressed in tshirt and shorts. I had found a 'secret deal' which have a fifty percent discount to a secret hotel. It turned out to be the 'Radisson Blu' hotel (one of a chain) When we arrived we instantly felt very underdressed- the place is so fancy! Our room is gorgeous. Decorated in rainbow colours and we get a desperate bath and shower! Going back to hostels will be tough ...
obelisk are two (ungilded) bronze figures, representing those
Luxembourgish soldiers that volunteered to serve for France;
one lies at the base of the statue, having died in service of his ...