Ibis Thionville Porte du Luxembourg
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... started with a visit to the Grand Dukes Palace, he didn't invite us in a for a coffee unfortunately!! Then onto the casemates which form part of the city's underground military defence system which commenced in the 10th century. Apparently Italians, Spanish, Belgian, French, Austrian, Dutch and Prussian engineers all took part in the expansion of the fortification, the final casemates were built in 1644. These casemates are referred to as the Gibraltar of the north, Luxembourg ...
Had another fabulous day, driving through Luxembourg, the countryside has been almost English in part, just stunning and so green. Our drive today was up to Esch-sur-Sûre. This is on the river Sauer, with the village itself like a moat, whereby water surrounds the village. It was so picturesque and quiet!! We climbed to the top of the old ruins, totally free with a ...
This is a very very very relaxed day tour to Luxembourg in the sense that the city was not really covered that well in my opinion but this time at least with the company of my family. We drove down to Luxembourg and it was a 2.5 - 3 hours drive including stops for food. We attended Sunday mass at the Notre Dame Cathedral. Nonetheless we went to a ...
... simply get me into trouble.
Finally the motorway ends and it’s into all the traffic once again. I'm now into the wonderful historic town of Liege. I park up on the edge of the river and take a little walk around the local area. Nothing too special right here but I bet the town itself has plenty to offer.
After a few photos its back onto the bike and along the road which follows the river for quite a few miles. This road must have been built as a bypass to ...
... there we went to the tasting room, in which we had selected the Grand Vintage champagnes to try - the vintage year was 2004, and included a Rosé and a Brut. Not having had a Vintage before, only the bog standard, while still expensive, Imperial, the Imperial just does not compare. The Vintage were very, very good. The afternoon was spent driving along parts of the wine route to the South West of Reims, which included parts of the Montagene de Reims. The whole ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed