Hotel FOCH Thionville Centre
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We all slotted around. Outside the cloud is all around so it was grey and and then went for a walk at lunch time. Tony and Matt went round the bar area. Hamish and I walked out from Clausen and found a lovely track in the forrest that borders the road. Lots of very pretty autumn colors.
... After the First World War, the French decided that it was very likely that there would be more conflict with Germany as Hitler became more powerful. The French decided to build a line of defensive forts in the early 1930's. The young tour guide gave a good background of the fort and explained the history in such a way that even a young boy from the Netherlands was kept interested. Inside the tunnels was cold and damp but, having read Trip Advisor, we were prepared and wore ...
... Alps area and made way to Sion, and the surrounding valley. First up, after packing the camper away we went for a cycle to Lake Brienz, on a beautiful bright, sunny morning. This is such a stunning part of the World. Interlaken, where we stayed, sits between Thunersee and Brienzsee, and the whole area is surrounded by lush Alpine forests and mountains. It's becoming hard to describe these Swiss areas ... To get to Sion and the valley, we would need to take the camper on a ...
16th July 2013
We had our usual tea and were up and away waving goodbye to the Australians as they were heading south and us north to Luxembourg.
We got to our first lock and had to wait for a barge and then followed it to the next one at the border. It was beautiful countryside getting hillier as we neared Germany and the vineyards started appearing, some with chateau's and one very modern house with its own vineyard.
... staircases. We got a good workout in and FINALLY made it to the Sacre Coure. Just in time for the most beautiful view of Paris in the evening. Definitely worth the run. We toured the Basilica (which didn't allow pictures), then headed down Blvd La Chapelle for the Moulin Rouge! However, before we descended from the steps of the Sacre Coure, I somehow got lost. As it was dark, again I freaked out... But turns out Olivia and Dalton were about 5 steps away taking pictures. Then, ...