Warndthotel Waibel

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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Today was unexpectedly sunny! We woke with a hot sun streaming in through our window, and the pitter patter of last nights rain had disappeared without a trace. After walking down and getting some fresh croissants to have with our coffee and orange juice, we left to walk through the small city and then stroll around the river and the little lake, surrounded by trees and grass ad wildflowers. It was beautiful, the swans and geese glided by us and ...

A quiet day

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 17, 2014

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The sun was hot and strong today and Metz was beautiful. We took a relaxed attitude to the day, exploring in short bursts and catching up in long ones Excitingly Emilie was rung for a job interview this morning! We went down the road to get some croissants filled with praline, to have with our coffee and orange juice fore breakfast in Emilies apartment (yes, this is all my dreams come true) We spent the rest of the morning and early afternoon ...

Luck kicks in again

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 16, 2014

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We woke up after a poor nights sleep and Nic headed off to sort out our recent mistake- after a long conversation with the information office, we found out that the train we were on was late and thus was stuck behind a train ahead it, going the opposite direction. To avoid train track changes, the trains' routes were simply swapped. We hadn't understood the intercom telling us so. The people at the office were really nice, and admitted it was a train line error. We got free first ...

Nothing much happening

A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 23, 2014

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... 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, ...

Math et Marché de Noël à Metz

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

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... gifts. Conceptually, it's the same as Germany, but the stalls look unmistakably French and the food includes French specialties. During my visit, I tried the munster cheese gondole (an open-faced baguette with toppings) and Tartiflette (potato and cheese dish from French Alps).

Since it was my second visit to Metz, I was hoping that the tourist office could give me some fresh ideas. Generally, I found ...