Hi Hostel Beaufort
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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Hamish and I took a train and bus up to Each-Sur- Sure. A very pretty region that is part of one of the Luxembourg National Parks. The trees were past there autumn best, but still pretty. We started off by exploring the castle... now a well preserved ruin, that sits above a town that is in the"u" bend of the river Sure. Then we walked along the river banks towards Lultzhausen. It was a track some ...
So let's talk about the driving here in Europe. I now understand why Formula One Racing is so big over here. Basically everyone here is a Formula One driver and the towns and roadways are set up like a track. You seriously just weave your way through towns doing top speed. And guess who started to get into it a bit towards the end of the day? That's right, I'm going native and driving like a bat out of hell just to keep up! Crosswalks be damned! I'm hitting ...
... came through at 4.57pm for this last stage...was pretty cool to see yet again. By the time it was 5.45pm we thought we should go and beat some dark clouds that were nearing us.Once we got back to our car we headed back to Luxembourg and found a local restaurant to eat tea at...then headed back to our hotel for another swim and sauna.
Tomorrow we are going to explore beautiful Luxembourg city...should be good!
See ya later
Andrea and ...
... can make you look extremely tired too). The first bar we went into, we took a death shot, which is a shot of the hardest alcohol and they set it on fire and you have to blow it out and then take it. I unfortunately could not even finish it. Our next stop was this cafe-type bar where Suvitha and I shared a mango-passion daiquiri---absolutely amazing.
The next morning, we decided to tour the city. We visited the Notre Dame Cathedral and ...
... it was severely ruined. For the next years to follow, it went on from the hands of one owner to another and yet the castle was abandoned, fell into despair and at the beginning of the 19th century was even used as a quarry!
During the year 1850, it was listed as a national monument and subsequently restored.It was ...