Atel Christophe Colomb
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... that takes you from the lower town of Grund up to the Old City. There were beautiful views here.
In the morning we went to the Casemates. There used to be a castle here that is now mostly in ruin. However you can still explore some of the 17km of tunnels that ran underneath the castle. The tunnels open up at various points to fantastic views of the city.
After the casemates it was time to head off to Colmar, ...
... English in school. And that over 60% of the inhabitants of Luxembourg are foreigners....which is not hard with a population of half a million! It is one of the EU centres in Europe. After our tour we wander through the old town, and visit the Luxembourg City History Museum. It's a very innovative museum using the basements and floors of old buildings, with models, videos, objects describing elements of the history of Luxembourg. We didn't always follow it, and the pathway through was ...
... a common future.
If you are just one of the persons who seeks fun, but no commitment, the following paragraphs might not be for you.
Common signs that your partner does not love and respect you (in both men and women):
- does not want for you to be an active part in their lifes (tells you off when all you try is to be helpful)
- does not introduce you as boyfriend / girfriend (this is XYZ)
- tells you (you did put on weight (this happened to both ...
... We made our way along the river and climb up all the stairs...by the Eiffel Tower. No. Sorry. Side tracked by Mamma Mia. We did walk along the river though, and climb a whole lotta stairs that lead to a pretty view. We tried to find a supermarket so we could get something to put with cous cous, but the sun tricked us in to thinking it was a lot earlier than what it was. But there was an icecream shop open and there are no prizes for guessing what we ...
... to take the train! Plus everyone in Luxembourg speaks English and it’s cheaper than France. Later we walked around the shops and spoke with this street entertainer who makes balloon animals and he made me a bright pink neon monkey! (I’m such a kid). After that I walked with Denisse and the girls to the train station and the guys were somewhere shopping. Denisse and I split from the girls because they had an earlier train and Denisse and ...