Mercure Hotel Saarbruecken Sud
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Oh and don't forget myself and other parents are from an older generation so texting isn’t enough. We love and appreciate it when we can hear your voice and/or see your face.
Q: How have your friends, family and colleagues reacted when you tell them what I'm doing?
Mom: For the most part people are supportive and wish they had done something similar when they were your ...
... in Croatia are things to enjoy while young. I thoroughly enjoyed visiting multiple European countries and learning about the different cultures and people in each place. They’re not all just “Europeans” to me now! I have met such amazing people while traveling through Europe and made some lifelong friends. I could not have picked a better way to start off this adventure!
The next part of my travels takes ...
... was pretty much spent doing admin, and buying another layer of clothing. The last few days kind of gave us a bit of a fright with the cold. .
Naturally we also had to heal our various aches and pains. My ankle wasn't really playing along.
The second night, Meike convinced me to cook, and a small dinner party with a ...
... design of buildings, music in the streets, and just a fun, posh vibe. The Metz cathedral was absolutely amazing - see pictures. Luxembourg on Sunday. Lux was beautiful and so clean and sharp. Metz was my favorite though, it had much more character. But we saw the big city walls in Lux that were built to keep enemies out of the tiny little country. And then we wet up on top of the hill to see some military bunkers/watch towers. Pretty cool but I was done after 4 ...
... up to the platform. This train was very old and a bit dilapidated, it also had two high steps to get into the carriage, so we had to take everything off, push the bikes up the steps and then hang the bikes up and get all the other stuff on to the train. We arrived at Sarraguimines station at 13:30 and had to shuttle the bikes and all the luggage down and up flights of stairs to get out of the station (small French stations do not have ramps ...