Hotel des Oliviers
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We all slotted around. Outside the cloud is all around so it was grey and and then went for a walk at lunch time. Tony and Matt went round the bar area. Hamish and I walked out from Clausen and found a lovely track in the forrest that borders the road. Lots of very pretty autumn colors.
... and dropped our luggage at the hotel. We still had a short ride to Veckring, the site of The Hackenberg Fort - the largest fort of the Maginot line. Its nickname is "the Monster" and why is obvious from the tour you are able to do.
The Hackenberg was considered a prototype for many other fortresses built along the border until 1940. It consists of 19 combat blocks and more than 10 km of underground galleries and is one of the best preserved forts of the ...
... presented gardens. It seems that Luxembourg is a little opposite to most cities, the city is actually on top of the cliffs and below in the valley is just gardens and walking paths. Very beautiful to look at from the bridge above, and what a beautiful bridge! It spans the whole valley and you can look below at all of the cliffs and caves. The gardens were also beautiful, really well manicured and pretty flowers with all of the lovely trees ...
... various parts with working machinery and the original armaments.
Wonderful part of the country, still looks German though with the style of houses looking very German.
A definite place to visit if you're ever in this area. Well worth the visit.
... The catacombs round two proved to be a wise choice, and Olivia and Dalton definitely enjoyed it. We headed to the Musee D'Orsay next. The M/O was a train station, but they turned it into a fine arts museum holding Monet, Degas, Van Gogh, Renoir, and more! We didn't spend a lot of time in the museum, but enough. The reason was that we wanted to make it to the Sacre Coure for sunset! As the sun started to set, we found ourselves literally running up the streets of Montmartre and ...