Seehotel Losheim

Address: Zum Stausee 202, Losheim am See, Saarland, 66679, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zum Stausee 202, Losheim am See.
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Travel Blogs from Losheim am See

A most perfect day!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 10, 2015

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... the wine...that went in the locker. It was the most important.  We wandered along a little path then, that overlooked the most gorgeous little river and row of houses. I'd say it's one of the most stunning views in the city, along side one further in the center.  We talked about travel and all the places Claire has been (which is about four times as many as me!). It's amazing how similar we are! She seems to be one of few people on ...

Back into Europe

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 09, 2015

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It's come to a point in my trip where every single day holds new beginning and difficult ending, but they all seem to seamlessly fall into a rhythm without me noticing too much.  But it's days like today, when I fly out of London (for what I know is the second last time) that really get to me. Because it doesn't feel like my visa expires in 48 hours. It doesn't feel like the next time I go to an airport in London will be the end of this time. It feels ...

Touring Luxembourg

A travel blog entry by fosboss_17 on Jul 07, 2014

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Today our host father Karlo took the three of us to tour around Luxembourg. We went around the original barracks that surrounded the city. The walls were so good at protecting Luxembourg that it was one of the most impenetrable cities. We then enjoyed looking out into the big ditches in the city that were massive enough for tourists to visit shops in them.  We then traveled to the Church of St. Michael's but it was locked ...

Quel Lux(e)!

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Oct 28, 2013

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... and big grey clouds loomed ominously. At Libramont the storm broke, and the heavens poured forth. We were thankful to be dry and warm in the train, and both closed our eyes and were lulled into a light doze by the rhythmic jostling of the train. Around noon we arrived in Luxembourg, and the first thing we did was to take a photo of the sign – we were in another country! We exited into the station, and while my friend surreptitiously checked out a map ...

The Tunnels of Luxembourg City

A travel blog entry by melendra on Jul 02, 2013

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... and later held political prisoners during the Nazi occupation. The abbey is in the Grund. The Grund is the lower part of the city, and the Alzette River flows through it. There are plenty of roads and trails down from the upper city to the Grund, but there is also an elevator from the top near the Grand Ducal Palace.

The other side of the tunnels looked out toward the Red Bridge, ...