Atel Christophe Colomb
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... second bottle of wine because we didn't like that one. We only liked the good one. He, being Jordan...the guy we met on the tour. A lovely, crazy, not-shy-at-all, slightly tipsy guy who loves to sing. Our whole night was spent singing and talking about the people around us, until two lovely Americans joined us. Gus and Alex from Seattle. I asked them to take our photo to start with, which is how we ended up talking to them but we ...
... maybe it was the idea of not making it home. But it freaked me right out. To the point where I was noticeably shakey getting on the plane, noticeably tense while we took off and definitely freaked out when we did a U-turn. Even though I know well that it is the only way a plane can turn and it wad at a normal angle. I spoke to the plane. I asked it to get me to Luxembourg safely. If they aren't signs of a nomad freaked out of her wits over ...
... it’s only an hour and a half ride.
The train ride was pretty quick since there were only 2 stops on the way, Metz and somewhere else that I don’t remember the name. When we arrived in at the train station in Luxembourg I was looking for the information booth when BOOM! I felt someone hugging me and I was like what’s happening? It was Autumn she saw me and ran right up to me and I didn’t even see her coming, ...
... was 7 km. Total rip off.
We went to a rip-off restaurant called BBt Chaud and Gilly had a Entrecôte Steak which was 50% fat. When he complained to the waiter he was met with a shrug of the shoulders. To top it all off they then tried to short change us by 10 euro's. No monetary tip was given but a verbal tip was - if you know what I mean!
Todays mileage - 193
Total miles so far - 595
... whilst the other sits, mourning his dead compatriot.
The sculptor of the three bronze figures was Claus Cito, a native Luxembourger. The model for the Gëlle Fra is unknown. The monument was opened in 1923.