Ibis Thionville Porte du Luxembourg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what does NUTS Mean?
They soon found out, as the Allies broke back through the surrounding German forces, and went on to defeat the Germsns.
This LUXEMBOURG AMERICAN CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL, is a spectacular cemetery
and memorial, filled with 5,076 AMERICAN SOLDIERS who gave everything they had to
preserve our freedom. Within the cemetery, operated and maintained by the U.S. Government,
is a 5 story tall ...
... podium after Communion ended. A priest spoke briefly, then a cardinal. We left out a rear side door and walked through a courtyard back toward the entrance foyer, arriving at the glowing mosaic and the votives as the Mass ended. The altar was amazing, full of hanging lamps and lights, with a statue that looked sort of like the Infant of Prague. Some big thing was obviously in process! ( Looked it up later--a two week festival ending 5/10, called the Octive Wolt, ...
... women) - result: putting even more weight on)
- tells you (you got hairs on your body like a man (to a woman) - result: shaving the arms every day)
- tells you (you got a male chin (to a woman)
- tells you (you got an ugly smile as one sees your gum) - result: one is now afraid to laugh
- screams at you at dinner (when in a restaurant) when you want to make nice conversation, that they need alone time, so that the other guests stare at you shocked, rather than saying ...
... than Rhode Island. First, we drove along the Moselle River which marks the border between Luxembourg and Germany. There are many pretty, small towns and the hillsides are covered with grapevines just now beginning to leaf out. After leaving the river, we drove northeast through an area known as "Little Switzerland." No big mountains, but rolling hills, small farms, cows and goats, another very pretty area. The countryside here is incredibly green. Finally, ...
... warm clothes. So we had to change also.
I saw a very large aquaduct made by the romans and then enhanced by the various owners of luxemburg. Luxembourg city was famous in the old days as everyone wanted the castle.
The weather was definetly getting colder. I stayed at the Ibis hotel. I liked this one. Now I see a lot of Ibis hotels along the way and everytime I see a sign I go "Ibis Hotel".