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Travel Blogs from Latour
... typical. We made the best of a bad situation, did laundry, sent some post, ate and found a campsite. That night we setteled down to plan a better route across Luxembourg and Germany to avoid the frustrations of the last few days, whilst doing so we found beer cures somber down beat moods and came up with out new motto... when in (X) where X is replaced by the country we are in, this allows us to justify any amount of alcohol.
Day 16 & 17 - Today we left for Luxembourg for 2 nights. The weather has definitely changed from sunshine and warmth to overcast/rainy and cold. Time to break out the warm clothes. This is another very old country/city with classic old churches, abbey's, monasteries and buildings.
Luxembourg has such a long history dating back to Count Siegfried in ...
... it played a great role in the European history. The city has plenty of museums, bridges, churches, squares and interesting (from architectural point of view) buildings, these are the real proof of the importance and the evolution of Luxembourg, which make an attraction for tourists from all over the world.
The country is known, also, under the name of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and is the only Duchy in the world. The country has as ...
Alexander woke up extra early and bought us fresh croissants before he left for work. After breakfast we decided to head off to another country, Luxembourg. It was less than two hours away, so why not? Christine and Chloe were our guides today as Alexander was working and Elise had school.
We had a walk around the Luxembourg city and then bought tickets for a tour of the ...
In some countries, you do have to register with the appropriate authorities though. To register, you need:
* Valid identity card or passport
* Certificate of employment or confirmation of recruitment from your employer
* Or proof of your self-employed status
This would have helped us out too: “If you have to register, you may be fined for not doing so but may continue to live in ...