Warndthotel Waibel

Address: Lauterbacher Str. 2, Grossrosseln, Saarland, 66352, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lauterbacher Str. 2, Grossrosseln.
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Travel Blogs from Grossrosseln

Paddling around

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 18, 2014

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... spotted Emilie's old university, we continued into town, and through the beautiful cobbled streets. Just out of the park we found some engineering students sporting bureaus and chanting. It seems, that just like the Ensoc of Canterbury, these engineers were full of drink and had an induction planned for their students. It was a big event by the looks and as they left for town the French national anthem rang out. We continued and found a square ...

A quiet day

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 17, 2014

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... things we liked. I loved one of two stuffed animals facing each other, with a dramatic French conversation playing out of two speakers behind them. The next floor was devoted to shape and form. This was probably the easiest for us to appreciate and I loved it. Smoke, light, shadow, glass and stone were used to make shapes and forms that were beautiful and dreamlike to see. The final floor we looked at seemed to play with a variety of things, ...

Heading West

A travel blog entry by junior613 on Aug 18, 2014

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Headed off early due to another day of 600 kms +, lots of Autobahns & roadworks as I headed via the Choloy War Cemetery to visit a forgotten Australian pilot who was killed before the Battle of Britain with a DFC.... Through the hills and ended up camping the night beside the Moselle River at Metz. Nice ...

STOPOVER METZ

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 03, 2014

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... St Stephens Cathedral which is one of Europe's biggest and highest, over 120m long X 42m high and it has an amazing 6,500m2 of stained glass. It's one of those cathedrals that you walk into and can't help saying, 'WOW'. And to think they finished restoration work (originally built in 1220) on it about the same year Cook "discovered" Australia, 1770. How did they build these enormous structures in "medieval" times, beyond us. As it was early ...

Math et Marché de Noël à Metz

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on Dec 05, 2012

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... 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 ...