Mercure Thionville Centre
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... two or three), same layout and same decoration. Each furnished with the same simple but practical furniture. Everyone received the same. You can visit an apartment set up as a museum to show explain and show how everything was arranged.
Our time in Normandy was filled with long lunches, wine, laughter and catching up. We had lovely day exploring the coast either on the bike or on bicycles.
Fred and Anne’s son, Isidore, was not yet a year ...
Today I had to wake up even earlier because I couldn't miss the 8am bus to Metz with everyone! When I got to Porte Désilles there were 2 buses for everyone and I sat next to Vasilisa and we listened to some music on the way to Metz, which was about a 45 minute ride.
Once we arrived in Metz we went on a tour around the town on the bus with a tour guide talking on the microphone. I remember the guide made us get ...
Apparently everyone in Luxembourg (or at least Dudelange) has their own washer and dryer because, according to the hotel desk clerk, there is no laundromat in Dudelange. Really? We thought he wanted us to wait for Monday and use the hotel laundry service. Those prices?? I don't think so.
Happily, YELP works just fine here, and Ron found a laundromat a few miles over the border in Thionville, France. So maybe Dudelangers ARE ...
... a strong and mouth watering flavor that I have never had in America. It is amazing.
So that was my weekend in a nutshell, as much of it as I can type, and I am really happy to report that I am having a wonderful experience. There have been many struggles such as missing the bus because it didnt stop, having troubles converting my dollars to euros and getting lost in the small village of Differdange but all in all it is such an amazing experience and I cant thank ...
... windows and generally watching people. The planned historical walk is tomorrow so I soaked in this interesting (and generally overlooked) city. I made my way from the city center toward the train station district (where many old hotels lined the avenue of liberty) and stopped for a coffee at a charming shop.
With each trip to Europe I find myself less intimidated by the lack of knowledge of the local language. In Luxembourg it is French but ...