La Gaichel

5, Route de Mersch, Eischen, 8469, Luxembourg | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Eischen

Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by bibi64


... to the base of the cliffs where the most beautiful gardens including terraced vege gardens could be found, from there we walked back to the top and followed the high cliffs of the corniche for an amazing view. We then found the very large bridge called Adolphe! This bridge was built in the early 1900s and was massive, designed by a Frenchman and a Luxembourger, named after Grand Duke Adolphe who reigned over Luxembourg. Amazing feat of architecture given it's length, and width ...


A travel blog entry by bibi64


... of the village. Enjoyed our picnic lunch, have done this now for a few days, have set up our picnic bag with plates,forks etc and then just buy bread rolls, salad, nice cheese and cold meats really enjoying being able to stop when we want and can eat anywhere! From here we drove to Belvaux which is about 20 Kms from Luxembourg city centre, the city itself was very expensive, ...

Day out with family to Luxembourg & Echternach

A travel blog entry by reminiscence


This is a very very very relaxed day tour to Luxembourg in the sense that the city was not really covered that well in my opinion but this time at least with the company of my family. We drove down to Luxembourg and it was a 2.5 - 3 hours drive including stops for food. We attended Sunday mass at the Notre Dame Cathedral. Nonetheless we went to a ...

The Tunnels of Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by melendra


... and later held political prisoners during the Nazi occupation. The abbey is in the Grund. The Grund is the lower part of the city, and the Alzette River flows through it. There are plenty of roads and trails down from the upper city to the Grund, but there is also an elevator from the top near the Grand Ducal Palace.

The other side of the tunnels looked out toward the Red Bridge, ...

Our Castle

A travel blog entry by melendra


... were illustrations of what each area wouldhave looked like and been used for in the past. The main floor was a general living area with a large fireplace and a wooden hallway built off the edge of the main building (it was sort of like a balcony, but entirely enclosed except for small windows). The next floor had a chapel with interesting carvings, up from this was the kitchen. Having been here in the ...

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