Le Chatelain Hotel
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... sight of human clutter and the beautiful sky. We journeyed in summer so we could see a lot of dry grass making part of the field brown giving that layering colour to the landscape. The languages spoken in Luxembourg were German & French predominantly hence signages in the trains that we travelled were not in English. We reached by late evening and started exploring the place after setting up our luggage in the hotel. Luxembourg City centre was a good 5-7 km walk one way, but ...
... never intending to repay it and forcing the newly established country to be obscenely in debt from the date of it's birth. Now that's some dirty politics.
After the tour it's off to catch up with a friend from the beginning of my trip. Part of our Mongolian group he has been touring around since returning home in May for his sisters wedding. We head for dinner and drinks and before we know it the night is nearly gone and it's time for us to hop our overnight ...
... for a 2:00 tour of the meeting hall and were pleasantly surprised to have a personal English-speaking guide (from Latvia and who had studied at the University of Chicago) who was very well informed about the inner workings of the EU. Of greatest interest to all of us was that MEPs (members of the European Parliament) are seated and act according more to their political group affiliations than their nationalities. Everything was free and ...
... famous twice baked mice potato frites, the traffic picked up and the queue (to check out the internationals) into David's Frites shop was soon out the door.
What were we doing in this small town I hear you ask? Kfan, remember when you booked the four of us an Air B n B in Bath and we arrived with 100 quid of perishable goods only to have booked two individual rooms with no fridge? I can now relate.
I booked an Air B n B for the team in the Terang ...
... Julien as he is more politely called is a small bronze statue of a naked boy urinating into the fountain on the corner of a small square down a side street. He was placed there in the early 1600s, and has since become an emblem of Brussels, appearing widely on tacky souvenirs. We found him to be very cute and funny, but surprisingly small, standing at just over two feet tall, but so famous that he was absolutely surrounded by tourist groups.