Mercure Hotel Saarbruecken City
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... it currently stays as is. We will see what the morning brings. Send M-L off as the forward scouting party, the restaurant just up the hill and around the corner, she arrives back with the news - closed. There is another sign at this marina for a restaurant and they come and pick you up so we decide this option will do - closed. Today is a Tuesday and they are all closed Monday and ...
... but just how do we carry said goods back to launch city. A French picnic style lunch then we hit the locks again. Just testing how far we go this afternoon as we understand that we must also do the same in reverse. Only travel for a few hours then tie up in a lovely marina area with full facilities, shady trees brand new amenities block, they also have a herb garden growing for all to share and guess what - they have wifi, you would have heard the Dons glee from your lounge room. ...
... about 4-5 m and their gnarled and twisted branches form an umbrella which reaches down to the ground. The trees themselves are very rare, although there are about 1000 in the Verzy forest. They are a scientific enigma and their presence in the forest was mentioned in the 6th century. The other special thing about the forest was that we heard our first cuckoo. They really do sound like the cuckoos on cuckoo clocks! Verzy is also in the middle of the grape ...
... a number of small formerly-separate villages were blended into a greater Merzig in 1974; altogether the population is about 30,000.
The town has a few museums, historical sights and pretty parks. One of the main sights is St. Peter's (Catholic) church which has a "forked" cross seen in many German churches. The relatives probably attended here because the church was built in the 11th century, and the relatives didn't immigrate until the middle of ...
... of the shoppers.
And to finish on a Gourmet note, I highly recommend a spot of lunch in Saarbrücken's oldest tavern and the latest one in which beer is still being brewed, a few meters away from the Froschengasse, the Steifelbräu Tavern welcomes you in a picturesque interior featuring two magnificent and imposing copper vats and offers on top of its homemade beers, traditional dishes such as the "Hoorische" or potato ...