Mettlacher Hof

Address: Heinertstrasse 17, Mettlach, Saarland, 66693, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Heinertstrasse 17, Mettlach.
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Travel Blogs from Mettlach

A most perfect day!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 10, 2015

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... as Hobart (the capital of Tasmania), but the population...is more than 500,000!  Yet the city doesn't seem over populated. Maybe they are all on holidays. Or at home.  I don't even get how a whole country can be that small.  Anyway! We finished the tour, got more food for tonight and then all of us went back and chilled at the hostel for a while.  And then it was time. Time to hike up to the top of the hill that overlooks the city and ...

Back into Europe

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 09, 2015

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... all that other blah that comes with going anywhere, and went to sit. I caved about a month ago and got one of Bill Bryson's travel books...just to see what the big deal is. What makes him stand out from the rest.  Descriptions. That's what. He is fantastic at making you see things.  So I sat on my huge seat (I think they make the seats in airports for giants) and read and ate for a while. Well a bit more of a while because my flight was delayed.  ...

Trier

A travel blog entry by nangarner on Oct 18, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... in a Rathskeller on the pedestrian-only Market Square, one of the most magnificent squares in all of Germany. We sat near the central fountain, built in 1595. After relaxing on the sun deck we will listen to an informative discussion about the European Union. Then we are having a German dinner which includes a suckling pig! Getting very spoiled. Totally enjoying ...

City on the edge!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Aug 11, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... why it was listed as a Unesco World Heritage site in 1994, not one building but the entire old town! Picture a massive cliff of rock that falls away on three sides into a valley below. In the old days, before bridges were built across these valleys, it was accessible only from the West. On the end of it, in 963, Count Siegfried built his fortress, which with the first market square and church became the heart of the city around which ...

Errands in Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by melendra on Feb 15, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... had to ring a bell and be buzzed in. Inside on one wall was a small table with things for making tea: an electric kettle, tea bags, sugar, etc. Across from that was another table with two chairs to wait in. There was not a receptionist. The doctor was with other patients, so we waited. Then she brought us back to the one examination room (there was no nurse) and that was that. She was very nice and perfectly happy to write up the ...