Alvisse Parc Hotel
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... the same level of climber. The separate days have mostly blended together in my head at this point, so here is a list of highlights:
-Lead-climbing a 5b route (American equivalent 5.8) after having a near panic-attack between two bolts near the top
-Successfully entering a gorgeous climbing shop in Luxembourg city without spending any money
-Teaching Charlotte (a French native who recently moved to Amsterdam) what being ...
... with as many women as possible and simply enjoy life (or forget about tragedies).
Women most of the time wanted to learn something, get over a difficult relationship, figuring out where they were in life and what they wanted in the future! Most of the time they focused on socialising and supporting each other, whereas guys most of the time were the lonely heroes.
(Just my impressions, they might be different to everyone!)
Mother nature really did a great job ...
... was 17℃ and that is boiling! Yep, Aussie temperature measure is well gone. I walked into the hostel, found out I had infact not booked a room (I thought I did) and then got a room and met an Aussie girl from Melbourne. And this my friends is how you make friends. We agreed to meet after I dropped my bag and we would walk into town. And what a walk it was! Stunning bridges, rivers, houses. It's the most picturesque, quaint place I have ever ...
... of back home too and it was more of a city than Nancy! After arriving at Sophie’s we put our things upstairs in the attic where there were a ton of beds and a living room area with games and movies. It was really nice to be in a house because Pythagore isn’t so warm and inviting. We all sat downstairs in the living room and had some wine with olives/crackers while waiting to eat dinner.
Dinner was soo ...
... Germans. After many reductions in size it was finally left as it is today as the last grand duchy in exsistence. Much of its original culture has been overshadowed by its current neighboring states, but it is still a player on the world stage in terms of wealth and politics.
Although we still don't understand why Luxembourg remained its own country, it was a fun experience to tour a nation-state so tiny, but with so much wealth and influence in Europe.