Grand Hotel Cravat
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Be warned: what follows is a true story, The god's honest truth.
This is a map from General William Simpson's history of the Ninth Army, a tedious tome to which Bill gave the catchy title "Conquest." As you can see, the map is entitled "Situation in Southern Belgium and Luxembourg. You can find Arlon in the lower left corner.
Note the ...
After several weeks in Scotland and England they crossed the channel and came ashore at Utah Beach on August 29, 1944
His unit was likely involved in the Seige of Brest on the west coast of France.
... and visited the tourist information office.
Met DC and the girls at 3pm and Estelle had just joined them, so she took us for hot chocolate near the palace. The coffee shop was across the cobblestone path from the castle, and the Duke drove in a few metres from us as we sitting outside in the balmy autumn weather. Apparently it's not uncommon to see him out and about in town.
On our way back to ...
... about wanting Luxembourg to leave the European Union. It was funny because I thought it was a gay pride demonstration because some people had rainbow flags, but it was about leaving the Union. We also got to see the guard outside the Palace walk up and down his little walkway with such poise and in a uniform fashion. In the middle of the square there is a beautiful statue of the Grand Dutchess Charlotte and someone had put flowers near it. ...
Today we spent the day exploring Luxembourg...we headed straight to the old part of town to check out the Casemates. These were underground tunnels were they could store up to 10,000 people during wars etc. it was pretty incredible to see and some of the tunnels were super tight, you wouldn't want to be cloisterphobic at all!!After we walked through the tunnels we made our way down the hill into the old town. It's such ...