L'Ernz Noire

2, route de Beaufort, Grundhof, Grevenmacher, L-6360, Luxembourg | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2, route de Beaufort, Grundhof, is near Beaufort Castle.
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History of the Romans

A travel blog entry by lezbexia on Sep 22, 2014

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Today we got up and had breakfast. It was the typical hostel/hotel breakfast.

Once we ate we went on the tourism hop on hop of tour. The information was pretty dull for a roman city with so many UNESCO sites.

We went to the amphitheatre which was pretty cool. There was the big fighting ring and the gladiator's cells which were tiny.

We also went to the hop ...

Long Long DAY!!!!!

A travel blog entry by lezbexia on Sep 21, 2014

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Sunday 21st September 2014

Today we got up and went checked out. I spoke to Pat for a good half an hour because it was my birthday. It was nice.

We went and got some pastries for breakfast and then hopped onto the train to Treir. It was delayed. Out second train was also delayed. This was due to a small landslide where rocks has fallen on the tracks. So instead of two trains and a 2 ...

Vimy time...big bucket list check mark.........

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Aug 31, 2014

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... want to go to the Somme is to see Beaumont Hamel....sorry history lesson time for those not in the know.

Newfoundland was not part of Canada during WWI and was a protectorate of Briton as such it got to fight too....well Beaumont Hamel is a very important place for Newfoundland as it is distinguished as their first battle in France and the bloodiest....lets see....I'll use rounded numbers...about 800 of the Newfoundland Regiment started the attack...and when ...

Mosel Valley & the Grand Duchy

A travel blog entry by graemea on May 27, 2013

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... was cool, but not cold. We had a short drive beside the Mosel along the valley floor to Cochem, which was a change from driving along the autobahns. The valley is quite steep, with houses built along the riverbank, with the grapevines thrusting quite steeply up the hillsides. They use the steepest hills to grow their grapes, so that they have a south-facing slope, trying the get the sun perpendicular to the vines, for maximum sun exposure. ...

Mons to Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Jun 02, 2012

... up nicely and we enjoyed a stroll around the town centre, the whole of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. My mission to sample local beer was well underway by mid-afternoon. Battin, Bofferding, Diekirch…headache. That may have been the bottle of wine though that we drank with a pizza at an Italian restaurant. It was nice enough to dine outside. This is a city you can get around on foot and feel immediately at home ...