Novotel Saint Avold
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... problem left. How do I make picture fast when there are dangling from my hands? Still so much to figure out.
So, about the trek. I wanted to make a short hiking close to home and found this one in a guide. First I started on the wrong path, but got on the right one later. Most of the hiking trail leads through the forest, sometimes along some fields with a nice view. I really liked the ...
... Cathédrale St. Étienne. This is another massive cathedral and it's filled with stained glass windows, including a few by Marc Chagall (Chagall is very big in this part of France). I think this might be the tallest cathedral that we have seen on our trip; the ceilings were so high. We weren't able to visit the crypt as it wasn't open yet. So we took some photos and then found ourselves at Marché Couvert, an indoor market similar to Pike Place Market in ...
... old tank traps marking the edge of roads. They would have been used at check points on roads during the war.
Only 1 problem today as some idiot had dumped a ton of grass cuttings into the canal which was right at the exit to a lock. We tried to avoid it but there was no room to manoeuvre and so just tried to float through, but it totally blocked our engine water intake. We pulled into the side as soon as practical and John remembered Ted ...
... think pteradacyl)]. After some deliberation, everyone at our table went in for the Mi-cuit dessert (chocolate lava cake).
Our second night started with a Belgian Noel Grimberger beer at O'Carolan's pub. We then met all the delegates at the Garden Ice Cafe for a fixed-menu dinner. When I chose the martini apertif option, I was surprised that it was ONLY Martini vermouth. Who makes a martini without vodka or ...
... many). At the bars, we drank mainly Belgian beer (although I did mix that up with some French Ricard). And our main late night entertainment was a basement hookah bar - using real tobacco and sitting on worn-in pillows and couches. These joints have somehow been able to escape all the encroaching tobacco laws. While we didn't try it, we did stumble across Canada Venture, a restaurant that claims to specialize in Canadian cuisine! Maybe next time :)