Ibis Longwy Mexy

Address: Rue du Chateau d'Eau, Mexy, Lorraine, 54135, France | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Rue du Chateau d'Eau, Mexy, is near Eglise St-Barthelemy (Church of St. Bartholomew).
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      A most perfect day!

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 10, 2015

      1 comment

      ... We took out cheese, wine (which we actually googled regions to find) and bread and sat on a ledge.  And so started the laughs, moments of singing One Direction to strangers and eating more than we could fit.  I don't think I have laughed so hard for a long time, and not just because things were funny, but the misfortune of anyone walking past us who had the joy of being serenaded by two Aussies and a drunk Englishman! .. He had ...

      Back into Europe

      A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 09, 2015

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      ... new beginning, because the next three month...well they are, just beginning.  With today's flight to Luxembourg. Of all places.  Why I chose Luxembourg? No freaking clue. Somewhere to go that I knew nothing about. Not your usual 'European Getaway' destination.  I'm going there because I can. No other logical reason than that.  I took the train from The Bakery today and then onto Gatwick, but due to so many tickets and destinations and departure ...

      First Rainy Day

      A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 05, 2014

      33 photos

      ... in the fields around Verdun. This is the main area where the trench warfare was. The Germans and the French had miles of trenches here and turned the whole area into a wasteland. Thirteen area villages were destroyed during the war and were never rebuilt. Over 800,000 people died in this area in 300 days of battle. Over 2,000,000 shells were fired during the first 10 hours of ...

      Castles and treasure and art and wine!

      A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 10, 2013

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      10/11

      From the northern edge of Reims, we headed further north still and to the small township of Foy, for Jase to have his fan moment and stand in the spot of the Ardennes, where the troops from easy company would have dug in and fought. After finding that Foy was not so much of a town than a few houses we managed to stumble across a military cemetery where he found an information board that said there was a site 5 minutes down ...

      The Big City

      A travel blog entry by melendra on Feb 11, 2013

      13 photos

      ... was a little different; my favorite was winking. The palace is not the home of the Duke but his office. There is a single guard standing at the doors of the palace. We ended up being there at the perfect time to see a changing of the guard. It’s very low key but still fun to experience.

      Walking back to the elevator, we followed a slightly different path and came across two things of note: first a book store which had a copy of The Family Guide ...