TripAdvisor Reviews Le Luxembourg La Roche-en-Ardenne
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... museums. They had things from both sides including actual uniforms worn by German and American Generals. The full sized tank was really cool as was the 3D movie of all the events leading up to the Bulge. Since I had my eye on something else later that day, I sort of rushed through the museum to move on to the highlight of the day.....finding the foxholes out in the Ardennes!
Two things Bastogne doesn't do a good job of. Selling souvenir's with ...
... headed to Wiltz, Belgium about 20 minutes outside of Bastogne to find my hotel. After my second steak and beer(s) of the day, I called it a night and hit the sack. An emotional day and a fun day. Driving in Europe is tedious and this day was my first experience. All I can say is thank the Lord for GPS and driving on the right side of the road!
More on Bastogne on Day 3. This one is going to be a lot about history. :)
... shops at all qualifies as a hamlet. Not sure about a pub yet, as we arrived the back way.
Landlords Robert and Kate very hospitable, with fresh fruit, milk and a loaf of home made bread waiting for us. Once they retired back to their house, tucked into the bread! Still slightly warm.... delicious.
WiFi was one of our criteria when searching for accommodation. While told that ...
... long and was dropped into a bag
for later consumption. Really too sad to see such small fish taken out.
The beach front has a very well laid out promenade with
various monuments, fountains and contemporary art works along its length. The
whole front is backed by holiday flats and hotels and I could imagine that
during summer holidays the place must really buzz.
From Oostende we set off once more for ...
... assessed we went to explore old town.
Old town was really pretty. Nice blue stone buildings all from the local quarry. A castle and a church in the heart of town. There were two similar rock structures which we still don't know quite what they were. These were round semi circles in the rock face. Estimating about 20m high... so large.
Once we explored the town we went to the larges topiary garden open to the public IN THE WORLD. ...