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... the same level of climber. The separate days have mostly blended together in my head at this point, so here is a list of highlights:
-Lead-climbing a 5b route (American equivalent 5.8) after having a near panic-attack between two bolts near the top
-Successfully entering a gorgeous climbing shop in Luxembourg city without spending any money
-Teaching Charlotte (a French native who recently moved to Amsterdam) what being ...
... produce the blue porcelain which I liken to the willow pattern colourings we see in Australia. I thought of buying some coffee mugs but it would have costed a weeks pay, so we could only admire. The town of Delft is beautiful, picture post card stuff with canals and tree lined streets.
On Monday we left Amsterdam, we were sorry to go as the place had grown on us, but Luxembourg beckoned. There is a noticeable difference ...
... common sense prevailed and we settled for the usual. Of course we forgot that in Austrian and German service areas you must go to the loo before going to the cafeteria. The loo costs 50 cents, but the entrance machine issues you with a ticket to get 50 cents off the coffee. We have two tickets for sale if anyone wants to buy them……..
By then the rain was clearing and spirits were ...
For those that know as much about Luxembourg as we did when we started planning this trip…… The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is located to the south east of Belgium and also shares borders with France (to the south) and Germany (to the east). It measures 85 km from tip to toe and is 55 km from east to west at its widest and the Capital – Luxembourg City – has a population of some 85,000. The area covered by Luxembourg has been ...
... felt that my trip was coming to a full circle. I started south and Baroque, then moved to Gothic, eighteenth century, and Nordic. I saw domes and spires, wood and stone, light and dark. Here, in this little Luxembourg church, my trip memories flooded back to me and I realized that I have been gone for a long time. This trip went by so quickly that when I finally sat down to reflect, my Italian leg of my trip felt ages ago. Yet it felt like just ...