Victor's Residenz-Hotel Saarbrucken
Travel Blogs from Saarbrücken
... in canal elevation being approximately 17 x 3 metres = 50 metres. We have limited supplies left so decide to pull up at a place where we know there is a restaurant plus a Boulanger in the morning for goddies to kick start the day. Berthed the boat only to be told that we could not stay in that particular spot, only problem was that we could not start the motor to shift and with the on-site ...
... it in the back yard or in large community areas where housing space is tight. They are a joy to behold, and I have so liked the attitude of sustainability they hold. These people generally seem to be so much more resourceful than we in Australia. We just expect, are able to just go and buy it, such a wrong way of dealing with day to day foods. My dislike for the powerful supermarkets is so much more so now, I am angry with the way we accept things. Will go on for just a tad more, ...
... about 4-5 m and their gnarled and twisted branches form an umbrella which reaches down to the ground. The trees themselves are very rare, although there are about 1000 in the Verzy forest. They are a scientific enigma and their presence in the forest was mentioned in the 6th century. The other special thing about the forest was that we heard our first cuckoo. They really do sound like the cuckoos on cuckoo clocks! Verzy is also in the middle of the grape ...
... about overkill!
We started back to Dudelange craving a cold drink. Europeans don't do cold. You can buy a somewhat cool beverage, but very rarely anything cold. By this time we were dying for ice. In desperation, we bought bags of frozen peas and used them for ice in our insulated grocery bags. Back at the hotel, I begged the bartender for ice, he gave me a small bowl which I think may have been most of what he had! We parceled it out like it was gold.
We stayed at a small motorway hostel so we wouldn't have to drive all the way to Paris and it was small but ok :) I never knew untill a few weeks ago, that we stayed in the exact same room in this motel on our road trip to South France.
It is basically a petrol stop with a small hostel connected to it and we had a nice trucker breakfast the next morning. For a small kid, every place to sleep is better than driving 24 hours.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center