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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.
... the “must see” sight that everybody recommends. I agree with them that it is a very unique site, which I'm guessing is why it's a UNESCO world heritage site. Basically, Luxembourg used to have huge battlements and city walls to defend the city and keep invaders out. Then, as part of some treaty, they got declared impartial, like Switzerland, and had to tear down the walls. The casements are what's left. They're basically a series of caves and tunnels that ...
... but it's well worth it to not feel like an imposition on those around you when you're eating your meal. It turns out that there are some lovely and accommodating people in the city, it just takes some trial and error to find them.
If you see a sign that says "Luxembourg's best coffee" on a café window, be sure to note that their latest (and only) award for such was from 11 years ago. There's a good reason for that! ...
... Flying in over Luxembourg is like flying in over a patchwork of winter and spring! Green and gold fields with bare trees lining the little threads of rivers that criss cross the landscape. Flying in to Luxembourg also came with the EasyJet Chorus of Crying Babies. Which although I know they are crying, I'm sorry...it sounded so funny! So many harmonic cries from a line of young ones. Something I won't forget. Another thing I won't forget is how ...
We loved walking around Luxembourg City. Americans think something 200 years old is old....Luxembourg City was established in the 7th century. Mind-boggling!
Viaducts seem to be built upon solid rock and the view down was dizzily beautiful. There's a great walking path at the ridge of the cliffs. We were there on a Sunday so a lot of families ...