Alvisse Parc Hotel
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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 ...
... out under the rock to help in defense. Some areas have standard arrow slit windows for shooting at attackers. The whole area is a bomb shelter. Because it's all coarsely dug out of rock, the ground is very uneven. Some of the staircases are extremely narrow, and some ceilings are short. If you're not steady on your feet, get claustrophobic, or are tall and can't duck a lot, I don't recommend it. Otherwise, it's quite fun to get a little lost in the labyrinth of tunnels ...
We left Amsterdam heading for Luxembourg City.
On the way we had heard about a great castle to visit in Vianden. We set it in the GPS without really knowing where it was! The GPS then proceeded to direct us down alongside the Luxembourg border in Germany through tiny villages and barely-more-than-one-lane roads. The countryside was beautiful though and we were finally told to cross the border where we found Vianden and the ...
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Believe your eyes! Luxembourg City is so picturesque it looks like it was dreamt up by a fairytale illustrator. Sometimes it's hard to believe your eyes, but YES that arched bridge IS reflected in the river forming perfect circles! YES that picture-perfect veggie patch IS fenced in by a box-hedge rather than dicky chicken wire! And YES those church spires DO look like they were designed by Disney! YES ...
... have let go of the angst of travelling. There used to be a time where I would book everything and know what I was in for. Today was the first time I've flown in somewhere and legitimately not known what language to speak in. Turns out...French. Easy! I know some French! (Do you speak English counts...right?) Well...the issue with learning something from every person you meet is that your brain can't tell what goes where and you end up ...