Enzo Hotels Haller
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... bottle and the assistants in full Bavarian costumes are pouring you a tester.....! We purchased a few bottles and we're also given some wee pressies from the shop with our purchase. We are very close to the Czech border so we thought we would visit. As you cross the border your welcoming committee are prostitutes walking the roads, and stalls selling all your counterfeit clothes with all the World Cup football tops looking to be the offer of the ...
Today we drove to Egging which is in the heart of Bavaria, the weather now is very and sunny. We arrived around lunch time and opted for a nice lazy afternoon reading and relaxing. It was warm but I still managed to complete my run with David accompanying me on his bike. The campsite e at staying at is excellent we have booked in for 3 nights so that we can explore the area. I have now got 3 very angry insect bites it happens me every time ...
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I was particularly interested to hear their stories from the WW2 period. Mr. François explained that his father was a veteran of WW1, he had been shot and gassed in the trenches and received a bayonet wound to the face. We was classed as an invalid of war, but when the Second World War broke out, he took his son (Mr. François, aged 10) and they tried to make it to Dunkirk to be evacuated to England to carry on the fight. The roads were ...
... way out of the city and into the countryside, but the only one we discovered was an Aldi. We hadn't been a fan of our 2 previous lunches from there, so we had decided that we'd always use Lidl for the rest of the trip instead. However, as we were getting closer to the campsite, it didn't look like we had much choice. We jumped out of the car to see what we could get, only to return 5minutes later empty handed. At least we tried.
We drove through gorgeous ...
... and had to be dismantled following the neutralisation of Luxembourg ( This was to prevent other countries coming in and taking over Luxembourg. The dismantling lasted 16 years and the Casemates were reduced to 17km's During the 2 world wars the Bock Casemates and those of the Petrusse casematesserved as a shelter for 35000 people in the event of an alert or a bombardment. The Casemates which could shelter not only thousands of defenders but also horses, artillery ,weapons ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking