Le Cigalon Hotel

1, rue de l'Ernz Noire, Mullerthal, Grevenmacher, L-6245, Luxembourg | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1, rue de l'Ernz Noire, Mullerthal.
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Travel Blogs from Mullerthal

History of the Romans

A travel blog entry by lezbexia on Sep 22, 2014

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... Maggie has a trouble eating it without the sauce going everywhere bit none the less a nice meal.

We went back to the hostel and put out things away, then went shopping and had dessert.

Once we got back to your hostel there were many kid. Two groups this time. Yay… loud noises….



Monday 22nd September 2014

Long Long DAY!!!!!

A travel blog entry by lezbexia on Sep 21, 2014

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... of teenagers, screaming… banging on doors and walls… playing music… it was not nice.

We then tried to go to the bathroom and we were locked in. After about 10-20 minutes we got it open but lock was stuck. We got the receptionist to come and fix it. He literally took the whole lock apart, banged it with a hammer and it was better.

Not sure for how long.



Ultra quick visit

A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jul 17, 2013

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... presented gardens. It seems that Luxembourg is a little opposite to most cities, the city is actually on top of the cliffs and below in the valley is just gardens and walking paths. Very beautiful to look at from the bridge above, and what a beautiful bridge! It spans the whole valley and you can look below at all of the cliffs and caves. The gardens were also beautiful, really well manicured and pretty flowers with all of the lovely trees ...

A nice crevice

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian on Aug 12, 2012

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... conifers. The water is clear and trickles along the bottom. The paths are well marked and include circuits for pedestrians and bikes. And always in Luxembourg, lots of tiny dogs. There are a few bigger dogs but cat-sized is the mode!

Laura tried to teach me some more plants; cows wheat, enchanter's nightshade and figwort all sound like fun. I'll be relearning them soon though!


A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 05, 2012

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Via a quick stop in the glass craft capitol of France, Metz, we eventually got off the train in Luxembourg's* largest city, Luxembourg.
One can easily understand why the micro nation's finest sports hero, Marc Girardelli**, happens to be an alpine skiier; the town must be one of the hilliest in the world. The city grew around its founding fortress, located high upon a rock, with a massive ...