BEST WESTERN Hotel Arlux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... Luckily the only damage was the map holder got a little dinged up.
And I peed a little from laughing,.
Shortly after, it started to drizzle, and we came across a camp site. The best site ive seen in a long time. Hot showers. Bathrooms that play frank sinatra and are themed New York, a good bar and free electricity. I can't complain
A fire while blogging topped it all.
Now, off to ...
... play pop American classics at a barn turned bar in a small village. For dinner we were invited to the holiday home of Jean Marie; built by himself it is in a rural setting surrounded by cows and trees, peace and quiet. His other guests included friends Axel and Noel, very funny guys and his cousin Louis. A long and delicious dinner, two cassoulets with homemade apple tart for dessert, ended about ...
... of the Bulge. We saw several of the towns that Uncle Dave was in. On our way back to Bastogne to drop off our guide, we made a small detour. We drove through Grand-Halleux to see a small memorial dedicated to his regiment, the 291st Infantry Regiment of the 75th Division of the United States Army. What a fitting way to end this day of the tour!
We were back to the hotel for another delicious dinner and friendly conversations before ...
... In part, I hoped I might learn more about myself.
I suppose Yeats had it right in some ways , though his view from the cheap seats as a fifty something year old Irish noncombatant during the First World War perhaps made it easy for him to say:
"Why should we honour those who die upon the field of battle? A man may show as reckless a courage in entering into the abyss of himself."
I don't agree with ...