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... McAuliffe, replied, "Nuts!" to a German request for surrender (this was the room where it happened). We also visited the Barracks' large garage filled with a variety of trucks and tanks from the war.
Our next stop was the Memorial of Mardasson. This huge memorial set on Mardasson Hill, is a tribute to the United States and all the soldiers who fought to free Belgium and the rest of Europe. It is built in the shape of a five pointed ...
... surprised to read that so many countries had previously owned Luxembourg, including Spain, France, Austria and Germany, before becoming a neutral country. The tour was interesting although not as enjoyable as our previous walking tours as it catered to an older generation. That and there were some very annoying American tourists that seemed to say the stupidest things! We got to see the old town's borders, the palace, prime minister's office, restaurant strip and ...
... means in English - Yes, that is where this lovely blog title comes from as well
-Cooking absurd amounts of eggs for the group at large
-Building a barbecue over the campfire
-Discussing the use of Tinder with Ken, my 52 year old American counterpart in the group
-Seeing so many people do so many cool things up on the rock
-Spending four days out in nature with the most fun, eclectic group of people I have ever met.
... foreign takeovers. Somehow this little country managed to wrestle back its independence and they are tickled pink to have it. They have their own language which everybody speaks- Luxembourgish- no really that is what it is called. And- EVERYONE also learns French and English in school so all of the people are at least trilingual. Their country motto translates- 'We want to stay how we are!' And I can see ...
... of General George S Patton. Apparently he was originally buried in amongst the soldiers’ graves, which was his wish, but this was seen to be inappropriate by some officials, so his body was exhumed and his new grave was now alone, in front of the rows of crosses (actually behind the troops) marking the graves- supposedly now in front of his troops.
On our final day on the Mosel, the whole boat was in high spirits, because the sun was out ...