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Travel Blogs from Messancy
... the afternoon there, which was kind of disappointing... The afternoon was also taken up by a meeting at the European Investment Bank.. which consisted of me doodling on a piece of paper the whole time... not exactly how I pictured spending my time in Luxembourg, but I was glad we got a few hours to walk around the city and explore. We also had time to have a delicious ...
... warm and certainly looking good for the days riding ahead.
Photos taken its back inside and off down to deck 8 to find the restaurant for breakfast. The ship was only about 50% full so getting a seat in here was easy. Normally I am not a breakfast eater but since its included in the price I thought I might as well enjoy it.
Some fruit and then a full English fry-up with a grand cup of coffee and fruit juice I was now totally full to the limit and certainly ready for ...
Decided to drive and explore today so headed to Vianden - 20 minute drive due north from our base. After parking up, we headed for Luxembourg's one and only chairlift which took us to the top of the hillside over looking the town and its imposing heavily restored castle. The chairlift was a nostalgic reminder of time spent in the Dolomites of Italy some ten years ago - just about the last proper ...
... they really were! Again different styles of architecture abound (often in the same building!)
It was market day when we visited and very interesting to see the fresh produce on offer - at a very reasonable price we thought. Lots of lovely looking shops too - with equally un lovely looking price tags! Restaurants, cafes and bars everywhere. A very cosmopolitan feel. One thing I am very impressed ...
... Central Europe until their male line came to an end!! It then became Duchy under the Habsburg, one of the most important royal houses of Europe. (The modern day Austria dates back it's origins to the Habsburg Dynasty.)
For 250 years starting from 1659, Luxembourg has been partitioned thrice between Belgium, France and Germany leaving it today with 20% of it's original territory from the ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking