Novotel Saint Avold
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... it was called silver clouds and in that corner of the room were dozens of rectangular silver balloons. They were filled with helium so they floated in the air. After we did the museum we walked towards the Metz cathedral. On our way there we got some gyro sandwiches with French fries- something mom used to get often in Paris. They were cheap and really good. I can see why mom liked them. The cathedral was big and it was gothic. Gothic is a style that has a lot of ...
... and the overgrown bunkers. Almost at the end I missed a junction (again) and got back on the trail almost at the beginning and walked back to the parking lot there. That was it. Like I said, it's a short trek, only about 3 hours long. Yesterday it was perfect. I got out again, I didn't do a lot of stuff like this the last few years, but this is going to change now.
Time to be a Dirtbag ...
... of course is that you get to enjoy?? these musings on our daily adventure tribulations. When you are next in Harskirchen within Lorraine France please do yourself a favour and stop by. Our surprise when we explore is that this village, Harskirchen would be in the running to win the French tidy and beautiful town award any day of the week. Adorned with flower boxes at every bridge, house, town square, as neat as a pin was scribed right at this spot. This village is by far and away ...
... which is a great thing) but I guess I'm not used to it quite yet. I'm really looking forward to all the meals though because I know it's going to be healthy and well cooked. This afternoon we took a tour of Downtown Metz. It was absolutely gorgeous and there is so much history packed into one city. We took a bus tour for about 45 minutes and then spent the rest of the evening walking around Downtown. People in Metz ...
... centre staff to be frustratingly useless. Unfortunately, the main museums like Musee D'or are only in French. Their only suggestion was a self-guided audio walking tour (7 euros). Having completed it, I did learn more about the cathedral, but everything else repeated the few paragraphs in Lonely Planet's France guide.
After that failed tourism attempt, I turned to dependably gratifying shopping. Nothing ...