Alvisse Parc Hotel
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... Luxembourg, we were able to see more of the countryside of Germany. Beautiful rolling hills with cows, wheat and little towns along the way. Celia and John are reading. Not many Americans on this trip. Mostly other Europeans. We were warned we would see a lot of people using selfie sticks with their phones to take photos but hardly any so far. Our first impressions of Luxembourg were mediocre. We took ...
... long distance travel, however there was a point of light which
I chose to ignite myself after landing after midnight in Abu Dhabi.
The airport was packed with travellers waiting for their connecting flights early in the morning. My priority was to find a comfy spot somewhere.
While walking the long corridors I passed the Etihad first class travellers lounge, which can be used
only by- of course- first class travellers. ...
... was absolutely destroyed afterwards)
Obviously most of the stories are from women, not men, for the sole reason that girls use friends to share and to find solutions, whereas guys fix problems on their own.
There were also guys whose hearts were broken severly.
One guys wife died 1 week after giving birth to their son and another one lost his wife to cancer. Both of them were absolutely lovely people and I so hope that in the future they will find ...
... thing. The thing that struck me the most is that 1/3 of the population actually commutes to the city for work...from other countries! And also that the Euro only came out in 2002. We met up again then, in the central square. We were intending to buy food before going on the tour we had booked, but there was a fantastic group of four buskers who were playing some really good music and they stopped us in ...
Luxembourg's national motto 'we want to remain what we are' signifies the pride this country. And surprisingly, being the small nation it is and home to less than half a million, it still had plenty to offer. Mainly internet which we were in desperate need of so we could book our flight back to Melbourne. Luxembourg city is split between the old city and the new city and the contrasting difference is as evident as stepping out of a DeLorean ...