Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... have strange ideas. But only now I bought some, and I only did because there are on the packing list of the travel company and I didn't want to stand out there as the one without them. So yesterday my try-and-error attempt to walk with trekking poles, and on sloppy paths they really help. If I only had known. After about two hours it almost felt naturally to walk around with this sticks. But ...
... art here, so Marge opted for a coffee break while I explored. All the exhibits here are on loan from the Paris museum, so they rotate out frequently. They were putting up an Andy Warhol exhibit, but it's not open yet. The second exhibit was weird, freaky stuff. I skipped it. The third exhibit was organized round the life of Michel Leiris (I didn't know who he was and had to look him up). He was friends with Picasso, Francis Bacon and other modern artists. The exhibit had ...
... Some of the holes seemed impossible and because of our lack of time we limited the shots to 5. There were 2 or 3 holes that we maxed out on! In the end it was a draw. We headed back for the tour which turned out to be a bit of a shambles! It was late tolerate and there was a large group of middle age Greek ladies. We headed to the first winery after learning a bit about the town of Remich as the tour guide was a local. That was interesting. It was only while ...
... as we wanted to go to a medieval town called Fénétrange but it was 6 kilometres inland so we were not sure how to get there.
We set off, the weather was very pleasant and the scenery of mixed farming.
When we got to Mittersheim, we found a finger pontoon mooring with electric and water. There are no mooring charges here so you just pay for the electric and water which is brilliant. The €2 euro coin we put in ...
... has tableau retellings of various fairytales, a small zoo, and a number of playgrounds. She used to go there when she was a child. Oh, and there is also a giant you can play on. I immediately found the Fairytale Park, whose formal name is Parc Merveilleux in the Family Guide and added it to our to-do list.
The day we planned to visit the park started out a bit stressfully for me. I’d been doing a lot of packing ...