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En hiver Petite ville de montagne de 5000 habitants, située au cœur du Parc Naturel Régional des Ballons des Vosges, La Bresse est la plus importante station de sports d’hiver du Nord – Est de la France (3 domaines de ski alpin et un vaste domaine nordique).
La diversité de ses domaines skiables et de ses offres de loisirs en font une station idéale pour les familles avec enfants   En été La Bresse est le point de départ idéal pour des périples à pied et VTT. Près de 300 km de sentiers pédestres balisés permettent d’arpenter une nature généreuse et de faire des pauses dans des auberges de montagne aux charmes insoupçonnés. Pour agrémenter les séjours, les infrastructures de loisirs sont nombreuses et variées : complexe piscine-loisirs, parc aventure, luge d’été, écoles de parapente, de sports mécaniques, etc. Tout l'été, le bus appelé la navette des Crêtes circule les dimanches et jours fériés du centre de La Bresse à la route des Crêtes !  
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Metz is a small but really pretty city; they have a lot of gardens and very nice old buildings. In the Tourist office you may find the audio guided tours of the town, like in the museums …you can visit St. Stephen cathedral ... a lot of stained glass, some of them (I remember two...) made by Marc Chagall…France's oldest theatre is here. Everything in city center is easily accessible on foot, and much of the main downtown area is pedestrians…sit in the cafes in Place St. Jacques, is a beautiful place. Walk around to discover the city in the night, all the monuments and buildings are lighted in a special way. You can stay at Metropole Hotel, very clean and quiet hotel, nice rooms, helpful and friendly staff … the hotel is located near the Metz train station, one of the most beautiful train stations in France (looks like a cathedral)… during the summer, they have an amazing flowers arrangement.
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Sarrebourg: It is a border town, typical from this part of our country. Understand: a garrison town. That's where the 1er Régiment d'Infanterie is accomodated. So there is a lot of affordable restaurants and quite lively bars, where off-duty soldiers are swapping news about such or such, away in oversea deployment or in a CEC training session. In the morning, all year long, platoons with t-shirts at the colours of such or such company can be seen running in the countryside. A lot of animation. There is, too, a church decorated by the artist Marc Chagal. The pride of the town one would say. In the surroundings, easily accessible by coach or by train, there is the impressive medieval tower of Lutzelbourg, in the past the hunting ground of the Regiment's combat engineering company's 2nd platoon, standing on a rock above the village. I could talk hours about sarrebourg and its surrounding. For it's talking about youth, and about ghosts.
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