Les Forges du Pont d'Oye
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After a lunch of bottled water and madeleines by a stream, I pressed on, just turning down roads as they appeared, climbing ascents to see what was on top. (Note to self: Luxembourg is one hilly country. What it lacks in acreage it makes up for in vertical feet. Thankfully, the bike had a granny gear.), rolling into charming little towns and exchanging "Bonjours."
... the Soldier's Medal, a distinction for an act of heroism not involving actual conflict with the enemy. I have that Medal, his dog tags and the telegram from the War Department to my grandparents advising him of his death.
The fog is lifting. I'm off on yet another bike ride. The border to Luxembourg is 6 kilometers away.
... was kind of mad at us because we would be late for getting ready for the white party. The white party, which happened that night, was for students and their host families. We basically just hung out and ate (well I didn't eat because all they had was sausage). When the party was over we decided to go out, we wanted to try to get back to Luxembourg city. So a few of us got on the train and for some reason the train stopped like 10 minutes from being there then it turned around ...
... years back and who I shared mutual friends with back in Orlando. I knew the world was a small place, but meeting a UCF student in a random bar in Luxembourg is crazy.
The next day, we ended up near the border of Germany and Luxembourg near a small village called Trier. Our German friend who gave us a private tour of Luxembourg City is from that village and plays football (soccer), for a team in Luxembourg. Being ...
... 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) ...