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Travel Blogs from Luxembourg City
Ended up waking up early enough to catch an earlier train from Ieper. It didn't help me catch an earlier connection into Luxembourg (my intended purpose but it did mean I was able to visit a little bit of Brussels.
Beautiful scenery on the way through southern Belgium. Dutch usage rapidly disappeared. Didn't have my camera ready for a …
Adrianjl stayed here on Oct 21, 2009 during their trip titled: Adrian's Travel Blog.
... a little French styled cafe. (perfect to prepare us for our upcoming trip to Paris!)
I really wish we would have gotten a little more time there, because it looked like a beautiful city. But, since I am so behind on blogging about my trip this past week, I will keep this one short, just like my visit.
Luxembourg, hopefully I will be coming back to you!
... a café until the storm passed. For a while, it seemed as if all we’d see was the inside of the Caffe Venezia, which, although it provided a nice lunch, was probably not worth a 3 hour trip there. Just as we were getting ready to leave again, it started pouring, and I really did despair of seeing anything of the city. It cleared up soon enough, and when the sun came out, it became apparent that Luxembourg is actually quite a nice place. The autumn leaves ...
... on a tourist bus.
Stopping along the way to get snaps of the beautiful buildings that lined the streets, we made our way to the Casemates Du Bock, medieval fortifications carved into the city walls to explore - winding our way through tight passages and up and down ever tighter spiral staircases with very narrow steps.
Emerging back out into the light we decided to head over to one of the historical castles still for the most part ...