Warndthotel Waibel

Address: Lauterbacher Str. 2, Grossrosseln, Saarland, 66352, Germany | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Lauterbacher Str. 2, Grossrosseln.
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Travel Blogs from Grossrosseln

Maginot Line and 3 Countries at once

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Feb 25, 2015

1 comment, 26 photos

... from the Swiss Border to the border with Belgium. The fortress at Hackenberg is well preserved and includes over 10km of underground tunnels, which are in the majority still setup as they were in the 1940s, as well as an excellent display of weapons and uniforms from the war.

The fortress had a strength of 1040 men and 42 officers all living below ground in a dark, noisy and cold confined area! The ...

Google Translate is very handy

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Feb 19, 2015

27 photos

... by Marc Chagall. This impressive Cathedral also holds a treasury room which houses an impressive array of gold and jewelled encrusted religious pieces used throughout the Cathedral's history, as well as a crypt which holds other relics and statues dating back a few centuries. One of the key pieces on display is the carving of the dragon Graoully, from the 12th century. Graoully represents the ...

Heading West

A travel blog entry by junior613 on Aug 18, 2014

9 photos

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

15 photos

... 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 ...

Oh my Metz

A travel blog entry by reenashah on May 14, 2013

18 photos

... easy going and like most Europeans relaxed about time. People were taking their time to order food, come serve us at our table and just casually spending time with friends on a weekday. It makes you realize how pressured Americans are for time and how little we take time to reflect upon our daily routines. I also ordered my very first drink. Mojito anyone?   Class starts tomorrow & Vienna for the weekend! ...