Le Cigalon Hotel

Address: 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


A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Jul 09, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... English in school. And that over 60% of the inhabitants of Luxembourg are foreigners....which is not hard with a population of half a million! It is one of the EU centres in Europe. After our tour we wander through the old town, and visit the Luxembourg City History Museum. It's a very innovative museum using the basements and floors of old buildings, with models, videos, objects describing elements of the history of Luxembourg. We didn't always follow it, and the pathway through was ...


A travel blog entry by suepeter on Jul 06, 2015

9 photos

... new modern area of large glass buildings of the European Union.

We spent two days wandering around going on tour buses and a little tour train. I liked the old area best with the old buildings, though the castle area had been raised to the ground over twenty times in the past due to wars and ...

Mosel Valley & the Grand Duchy

A travel blog entry by graemea on May 27, 2013

19 photos

... and used them for their own Palaces. The Town Council then had to build a new building for themselves, but not as grand or as lavish as their original building – may be a lesson in there somewhere! On the day we were in Luxembourg, the new King of the Netherlands was due to visit the Palace, so there were extra guards and police around the Palace area. After leaving Luxembourg, we called into the American War Cemetery and got to see ...

A nice crevice

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian on Aug 12, 2012

5 photos

... 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!

Long To Rain Over Us

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jun 10, 2012

17 photos

... br> Sunday was the day of the Jubilee river pageant. It was one of the few Jubilee events (if not the only one) that I wanted to see, so up goes the satellite dish and let’s find BBC1. We had a good signal, but of course our wee caravan TV is no match for the huge wide screen HD sets everyone has now, and the tiny boats were a bit lost. At one point I wondered why one boat was going in the opposite ...