Weinhaus Becker Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Heading north to The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
country dwarfed between its neighbours France, Germany and
Belgium. City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city &
highlight all the attractions and point of interest along the ...
... the tiny streets and pinpoint a garage and find the entrance to said garage. Well. It took us a while to figure out. But hey! We had made it! Luxembourg is weird. It's got a lot of business going on and the people speak a lot of languages. It's estimated that around 70% of people who live their are not from Luxembourg. We set out to explore the city and, as the expert navigator, I figured out a path for us to city center. Only, as we explored, I kept telling Cortney and Erika that ...
... army wanted to draft the family’s grandfather and young teenage son into a desperate army, but somehow her mother put her foot down and prevented that from happening. She said they were all very relieved when the American soldiers finally arrived in their area, because the great fear was to be captured by Russian soldiers. They were confident they would be well-treated by US troops.
After the war ended, Mr. François lied about his age and enlisted ...
... which leads to the historic heart of the city, I noticed a few beautiful buildings painted in delicate pastel colours with ornate embellishments, and lost in my photography, I did not yet realise that I was just a few meters away of a vision of architectural beauty like I had not seen in years, although years filled with a few amazing discoveries.
Pretty front walls, a great selection of boutiques, of course tourists, and suddenly ...
... on some very efficient local transport (train) for the few kms to the next town. Slightly annoying but there was little alternative. We followed another river all the way out of Luxembourg to Germany, just over the border we decided to call it a day. A few swift Bitburger pils and a Weisserbier, a quick face stuffing then it was to bed.