Ibis Thionville Porte du Luxembourg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Thionville Porte du Luxembourg Yutz
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... to an awesome cafe called Masion de Chocolate. beautiful cakes and chocolates. Then went for a drink in Place d'Armes in town as it was sunny and lovely to be out, and, then bugger it, my wallet got nicked!! Must have left the top of my handbag open when we sat down at the cafe.
... were not quite the intrepid lemur spotters I thought we were.
Then, our walking tour was over because our mission was complete. It was time to head back to the hotel and partake of the carrot soup I had ordered for dinner. And, OMG, was it delicious. (That part was for my mother. You know how she worries if we don't eat. We also had spaghetti and crepes.)
That is the end of a very busy day. Tomorrow, Thetwinsontour tackle the rain forest. Hasta maņana
... flashlights lighting the way, but to no avail. At least the extension of the house where Quin and I were sleeping still had water and power. We sent some emails to our host family and crashed for the night. In the morning we got a reply that the fuses are in the studio apt. Attached to the house. The father of the host family came over, helped us find the key and we quickly flipped the switch and got everything up and running ...
... of the older parts where castle walls and fortifications could still be seen. The city was definitely old, but from where did it originate? Curiosity finally got the better of us and we had to look it up and find out more about this little country.
As it turns out, Luxembourg's history goes much further back than its modern border states. It was once a Roman fortification valued for its location and then continually conquered by the Dutch, ...
... as well as tickets for the city hop-on hop-off bus. We had a very enjoyable hours' ride around on the top deck, even though there was no commentary. Once back we went in to the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin, it was all lit with candles and very pretty, but there was a service taking place so we went down in to the crypt for a while. Then we wandered up past the Grand Duke's Palace to see the guards marching up and down. Opposite was a ...