Hotel Acacia

Echangeur Luneville ZI, Luneville, Lorraine, 54300, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Echangeur Luneville ZI, Luneville.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Luneville


A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 01, 2014

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... each time a boat goes through. The lovely canal path we joined here unfortunately didn't last and without warning turned into a grassy goat-track. This forced us onto a quiet country road which wound its way through very well nurtured wheat, maize, sunflower and rapeseed fields. The villages weren't cute by any means as they were working towns, but they had a certain rustic charm about them. The terrain most of the day was "undulating" with no ...

Day 104-118: It's A Wrap!

A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Apr 29, 2014

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My time since the last entry, and the last couple of days have been pretty bittersweet to say the least.

I've enjoyed a few more parties like the Rio de Globe and Co. We had a great time at the Spanish Potluck dinner here in Pythagore, and celebrating my Irish friends Amy and Al's birthday was a ...

Final exams

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Jan 14, 2014

... of it as well. Sometimes you just need to rant about things in papers to make a point.

So in the middle of studying, I decided to double check the room and see if any of my grades had been posted. Well the TD to the exam I am about to take has the grades up for the exam we took before Christmas and I passed! I got a 12.5, which is pretty darn good. They have a scale of 20 here and like a 10 is still a good ...

Turkey? "Gobble, Gobble?"

A travel blog entry by abonilla on Jan 09, 2014

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... found the grocery store! If you remember, Lina and I got lost last time we tried to do that!

Anyway, point is, we went grocery shopping one more time and then agreed to go shopping for comforters and other miscellaneous things around 6:30pm. In France, everything closes at 7pm. As we were crossing the street onto Eurodif (which is this really neat discount store for home and apparel), the employees were locking up. Just our luck. On the bright side, the ...


A travel blog entry by brittneylouise on Dec 25, 2013

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... it was a very small room with an even smaller bathroom. It was fine for what we paid and for what we needed it for. We then went to the local shops to buy food and drinks. We stopped at the cafeteria for drinks and I tried some beers that I hadn't heard of before When we went back to his families house we had nibbles in the lounge room and talked. I didn't understand much of the conversation because it was ...