BEST WESTERN Hotel Arlux
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... for our tour of Luxembourg. We sat on the steps, listening to this guy speaking German on the phone. We both were trying to work out if he was actually German or not, but it only took one thing to work out that he was English.. "For F@#k sake" - the sentence that screams 'I am English'. We got talking to him and did the tour with him and found out he was staying at the same hostel as us. The only hostel in Luxembourg. Oh just on ...
... all that other blah that comes with going anywhere, and went to sit. I caved about a month ago and got one of Bill Bryson's travel books...just to see what the big deal is. What makes him stand out from the rest. Descriptions. That's what. He is fantastic at making you see things. So I sat on my huge seat (I think they make the seats in airports for giants) and read and ate for a while. Well a bit more of a while because my flight was delayed. ...
What better way to capture how time changes our perspective and intervening events cloud our ability to understand the past. It's as if we were children given a pencil and tracing paper, struggling to capture accurately the picture beneath, unable to lift the paper to confirm we're getting it right, and trusting that at best . . . ...
... little traffic. Let your eyes acclimate and stick to the center of the road until a car comes. Don't stare into oncoming headlights. Listen for traffic to your rear.You got this wired.
Oh, one other thing.
Did I mention it was raining chats et chiens. Pardon my French, but it was a friggin ( that's French) downpour. Cumfy and as dashing as your Navy peacoat is, water repellent it ain't.
Okay, I'm tough. What else ...
... La Rochette, which deserves
another visit another time. All road signs were now in French, and when we
stopped for petrol (the equivalent of £1.15 a litre) the lady spoke to me in
French (and I replied in French, it hasn’t all been forgotten Judy!) There are
a lot of hilly, wooded & winding roads & interesting towns.
We are camped at a site in Arlon, about 10 miles north of
Luxembourg, (Ralph & Dino had beaten us to it ...