Hôtel Léo At Home

Address: Rue du Vivier 4-6, Bastogne, Luxembourg, The Ardennes, 6600, Belgium | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Rue du Vivier 4-6, Bastogne, is near Mardasson Memorial.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

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          Travel Blogs from Bastogne

          A castle, a riverside hike, and an outdoor gallery

          A travel blog entry by kmattenborough on Nov 09, 2015

          6 photos

          ... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.

          Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
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          Bastogne - Battle of the Bulge

          A travel blog entry by garystephan on Oct 31, 2015

          4 photos

          Well our holiday in Europe is coming to an end. We left Arnhem and crossed into Belgium. Our destination Bastogne. There is where the Battle of the Bulge took pace in December, January 1944.  The Town was occupied by the Germans but was taken back by the Americans in April 1944. Hitler wanted to recapture the town to enable them to reach the Belgium coast. The Germans recaptured the town and from December through to January a fierce ...

          Day 14...fried food poisoning

          A travel blog entry by stef.pybus on Oct 21, 2015

          12 photos

          So. Today we once again started a little late...again.
          But it had nothing to do with the fact that we were up late supporting the local winery.... erm
          I felt like the whole day was slow and that jan was constantly egging me on. Otherwise im sure I wouldn't have made it this far.
          The landscape was super hilly, and I felt like at the end of each hill, there was another ...

          Day 13... avoiding storms

          A travel blog entry by stef.pybus on Oct 20, 2015

          12 photos

          ... by pretty quickly, one town merged into the next and the next and suddenly we were crossing into Belgium.
          I was suprised at the sudden change between Luxembourg and belgium. The border came and suddenly there were no houses left. Only open fields. But suddenly there were bike trails... kinda. They were more like left over tar from the road made into a kinda path. And suddenly, there was ...

          Please, do not run out of fuel

          A travel blog entry by dutchnomad on Apr 06, 2015

          ... to Bastogne but he's almost running out of diesel. I ask him if he knows what happens if you run a Diesel engine out of fuel. He says 'yes, it'll be hard to start it after'. Well, yes, that's putting it mildly. Luckily, where getting close. All the way I'm thinking what I'll do if he runs out. I can not just leave him. But it's really not my problem either. I just hope we'll make it. We do. I'm very happy to get out of the car. I find a campsite ...