Premiere Classe Longwy

Address: 3 Rue du Pulventeux, Longwy, Lorraine, 54400, France | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 3 Rue du Pulventeux, Longwy, is near Eglise St-Barthelemy (Church of St. Bartholomew).
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    Travel Blogs from Longwy

    The God's Honest Truth

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 19, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... a smart phone) and you'll actually hear celestial music. I kid you not.


    http://www.golfgaichel.lu

    Rob, I said, you were meant to go to this golf course. So the good folks here at the hotel where I am staying lent me a bike and I set off. This is what I saw.




















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    Tracing Our Past

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 17, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Uncle Robert was killed on October 22, 1944 during this rapid repositioning of army corp in Luxembourg, just over the border from Belgium. . It was the day before what was to be his 20th birthday A buddy of his fell from the back of a transport truck into the path of the truck that followed. Robert jumped after him, pushed him aside to safety, but was killed when hit by the truck that followed.

    He was ...

    The Meuse, Verdun and the WW1 Battlefields

    A travel blog entry by rolandandlinda on Aug 16, 2014

    ... long day’s drive down to Verdun (of World
    War I infamy). Decided to stay just North of Verdun, in Bras Sur Meuse/Charny
    Sur Meuse.Sunday 17 AugustCycled to and around Verdun and then on to tour the local
    battlefield areas and national monuments to those fallen in World War I. ...

    Quel Lux(e)!

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Oct 28, 2013

    1 comment

    ... might have been three hours, but there was no faffing about with connections, which made it a bit better, and after a brief stop in Libramont when another train held us up, we passed quickly through the Wallonian countryside. It struck me as quite different from the other half of Belgium – Vlaanderen – in that the landscape and architecture was decidedly more French. There were fields of horses, cows and donkeys all grazing peacefully near the ...

    Our day in Luxembourg

    A travel blog entry by olwenjohn on Jul 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... and had to be dismantled following the neutralisation of Luxembourg ( This was to prevent other countries coming in and taking over Luxembourg. The dismantling lasted 16 years and the Casemates were reduced to 17km's During the 2 world wars the Bock Casemates and those of the Petrusse casematesserved as a shelter for 35000 people in the event of an alert or a bombardment. The Casemates which could shelter not only thousands of defenders but also horses, artillery ,weapons ...