Dirbach Plage Hotel

Dirbach, Diekirch, 9153, Luxembourg | Inn
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This inn, located in Dirbach, is near Bourscheid Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Dirbach

    Resting, biking, having fun!

    A travel blog entry by pilarmejia on Sep 08, 2014

    6 photos

    We're enjoying the small town feel of Trier...on the river Mosel, close to the Rhine. We love the river...have slowed down...visited the sights...eaten well...did our laundry...planned for our next stop. We also bicycled today, but those fotos will be in tomorrow's entry. ...

    The Mosel River

    A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Sep 08, 2014

    3 photos

    We spent a great day leisurely driving along the Mosel River Valley watching the barges and river cruise ships go by. The city of Trier had a fair amount of Roman influence hundreds of years ago with roman baths, a small coliseum and the remains of an arched bridge over the Mosel. This is a beautiful part of the world with more vineyards than we have ever ...

    Said "auf wiedersehen" to Munich

    A travel blog entry by pilarmejia on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... of little kids. It is illegal to hit children in Germany...even parents can't hit!

    Yesterday was crazy trying to catch trains because of a train conductor strike...more like a slowdown. We left Munich at about 10am and arrived in Trier at midnight.

    Today we walked some and rested...photos tomorrow!
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    Saturday in Luxembourg

    A travel blog entry by jwbea on Apr 19, 2014

    1 comment

    ... two wars. However, when Germany invaded Belgium in 1940, King Leopoldo III, who had only recently come to the throne, surrendered over the unanimous disapproval of his ministers. Belgium was then occupied until liberation in 1945. After the war there was much opposition to allowing Leopold to resume the throne. Finally, he was allowed to resign in favor of his son who became King Badouin. There was an active resistance effort among various groups. In ...

    Luxembourg City visit

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 17, 2013

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... building materials, impressive frontages and sculptures, 1 of which was a *************!! It was supposed to be a sharp contrast to the sleek lines of the building, so someone must have paid a lot of money for this scrap!

    The feeling of wealth was all around us.

    The local language is Luxembourgish which is growing in popularity (we were told it is a mixture of French, German and Dutch/Flemish – put them together and mix them up) ...