Threeland Hotel

Address: Rue Pierre Hamer, Pétange, Luxembourg, L-4737, Luxembourg | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rue Pierre Hamer, Pétange, is near Bourscheid Castle and Eglise St-Barthelemy (Church of St. Bartholomew).
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      Travel Blogs from Pétange

      The God's Honest Truth

      A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 19, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... br>

      I must have clocked another 50 kilometers. It was such a pleasant day.

      And tonight at dinner, I spent a wonderful hour talking with a nice guy from Antwerp. We talked about daughters and sons, ...

      Tracing Our Past

      A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 17, 2014

      14 photos

      ... we can draw only the outline of what really happened. The details we can never see.

      _______________________________________ _________________________

      Here is what I know . . . or think I know.

      On February 22, 1943 at the age of 18 Robert Lear enlisted in the Army.

      He, together with many young men from Sangamon County in Illinois were assigned to the 553 AAA AW ...

      First Day

      A travel blog entry by waltera7 on Aug 27, 2014

      7 photos

      My first day in Luxembourg and it has been a busy and exciting day. Traveling here was rough. The time change is really difficult (it is taking all the fibers of my being to not fall asleep right now) and my flights were not wonderful. On my first flight I sat in the middle seat next to someone that snored really loud and another man that smelled and wouldn't stop talking to me.
      Then we had the 6 hour layover which surprisingly wasn't that bad. It went ...

      Quel Lux(e)!

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Oct 28, 2013

      1 comment

      ... beautiful yellow and gold hue to the streets and the parks, and we marched around taking photographs and trying desperately to avoid the crowds of Chinese and Russian tourists. For some reason, there were an awful lot of Russians in the city and a couple on our train, and by the time we came across the group of them, I was so unfazed at hearing "Davai, davai" and “Alyosha, poidyom!” that I had to do a double-take whenever I heard it. It seemed ...

      Heat, mountains and exhaustion

      A travel blog entry by travellingmart on Jul 08, 2013

      ... bars and a sweet waffle we moved on to the border with Luxembourg (pictures later) which we finally reached at about 3pm. From here on with energy levels dropping and hills continuing to appear in front of us we ploughed on. Fortunately, the roads were really good (thank you so much Belgium for getting some roads repaired for us). This part has also been used by the Tour de France, so please a round of applause for mastering them, too.