Campanile Thionville Yutz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The weather was glorious, my dress was glorious, my new friend was glorious and we were out and about by 9:30! Today we were learning from our mistakes and we went to the supermarket to get food early, so we didn't have to eat icecream for lunch and dinner (oh the burden that was...not). Packed with cheese, good wine, bread and tomatoes we went back and put them in the logical place you put food. Under the duvet cover on the bed. ...
... have let go of the angst of travelling. There used to be a time where I would book everything and know what I was in for. Today was the first time I've flown in somewhere and legitimately not known what language to speak in. Turns out...French. Easy! I know some French! (Do you speak English counts...right?) Well...the issue with learning something from every person you meet is that your brain can't tell what goes where and you end up ...
... home. (I will get a picture of the exterior later as well) But lunch was extremely awkward. Not much was said and what was said was barely understood by either party. I told them to try to speak German slowly so I can try to learn, but I guess it's hard to teach someone German if they don't know what the word is in English.
I am sitting in my room unpacked and waiting for their daughter to come that actually speaks English to learn some more about ...
... s empire. It became an independent state of 963 when Siegfried became sovereign of Lucilinburhud (Little Fortress). Germany occupied Luxembourg during WWI and WWII, and it was liberated in 1944 by allied troops.
The tour to Luxembourg was an optional ...
... building materials, impressive frontages and sculptures, 1 of which was a *************!! It was supposed to be a sharp contrast to the sleek lines of the building, so someone must have paid a lot of money for this scrap!
The feeling of wealth was all around us.
The local language is Luxembourgish which is growing in popularity (we were told it is a mixture of French, German and Dutch/Flemish – put them together and mix them up) ...