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... around Luxembourg to be on the right way. The problem was an enticing sign for a bike route to Luxembourg.
I won't say it wasn't beautiful. And there were no cars. And we had a beautiful camping spot in the evening.
But we took a whole day zig-zagging in the direction of Luxembourg without really making progress.
It was awesome. We didn't had to worry about our vitamin levels, ...
... was pretty much spent doing admin, and buying another layer of clothing. The last few days kind of gave us a bit of a fright with the cold. .
Naturally we also had to heal our various aches and pains. My ankle wasn't really playing along.
The second night, Meike convinced me to cook, and a small dinner party with a ...
... mountain bike tours and hikes and building tree-houses with the boys.
Good to be back.
We went directly to one of the best Döner places my big brother showed last time I was in Saarbrücken and had our envisioned Kebap.
A hot bath and an awesome dinner (Gulasch and "Serviettenknödel", 100% homemade by my mom's flatmate) restored dignity and energy reserves. A bit of beer and wine for the pains and aches and everything is ...
... feeling stronger. I would certainly say that they are feeling a little meatier than before. Of course, Paul has always had legs 3 times the size of mine so I've still got a lot of catching up to do. Given the chance, he would probably eat my scrawny little ones for breakfast!
Arriving in Sarreguemines was very pleasant - It came shortly after entering France. In Belgium, i was quite impressed by the French that i ...
... into town and spent a very long time trying to find a few things to eat in a huge supermarket that had two floors and several hundred sq metre of floor space (it seemed like sq kms - they should issue maps and a GPS to locate where particular items are kept - have you ever seen 30 metres of shelving with varieties of pickled cucumbers?). Eventually we escape (you have to follow a one way system to get to the checkouts) with our milk, strawberries, yoghurt, can of chickpeas and a packet ...