Cocoon Hotel Belair
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... very patient with other people in the car. Anyway we got there. The weather was not ideal for much exploring but did a quick look around and had lunch then onto Vaals. We arrived a bit late to go up the tower as it was running in winter closing hours but we got the idea. It was then home to Deurne for dinner at one of Riny & Anita's favourite restaurants and then home for a couple of quiet beers and into bed as it is a early start in the morning and it will be s long ...
... place. It really gets to you when you start looking at the dates of when they died and realized that they were all on the same day or within a few days of one another. Truly a band of brothers if you'll excuse the reference. I'm sure that if they had to pick a place to rest, it would be there alongside one another. I ended my tour of the cemetery paying my ultimate respects to my hero General George Patton Jr.. When I was a kid I had three "real" ...
... look like anything had really touched them in a very long time. I got down inside a few of them and snapped some pictures. As I tend to be very nostalgic I hung around that forest for about an hour. Just taking in the nature, the quiet and the history of what happened. It was very moving and it is a memory that I will keep sacred for the rest of my life.
It was about 3pm and I hadn't had lunch yet, so I rolled back to Bastogne for some food, a ...
... s boundaries. We even went into an underground secret passage way and saw a drawbridge and remains of a castle. One of the governmental buildings used to be a prison and was recently transformed into a cultural center. Our tour guide also shared that although Luxembourg has been historically Catholic and very conservative, the people seem to be voting for a more liberal approach to their government and that the country is no longer as "stable" as it once ...
... Revolutionary Wars, the city held out against the French siege for seven months.
There is also a huge monument in the main square to pay respect to all who fought in the Second World War and to replace the original historical monument that Nazi Germany bombed and destroyed in the 1940's.
I had no idea of the long and complicated history of Luxembourg.