Grand Hotel Cravat
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The weather today was not quite the blue skies and hot weather that the last few days have been, but more a welcome rainy day. Which was nice for my necklace of sunburn. But before I get too far into my day I need to rant to anyone who travels or will travel...IF YOU ARE SHARING A ROOM WITH SOMEONE AND YOU NEED TO BE UP EARLY, IT IS NOT POLITE TO BANG YOUR BAG AROUND AND MAKE A FUSS AT 4AM AND TURN ...
... the tour was really interesting! There was a lovely story about the Duke and his wife who used to sing all the time, but who was actually a mermaid. When she was discovered she jumped out the window and has never been seen since. But every seven years you can hear her sing. I like stories like that. They always bring magic to a place. The craziest thing I found out though is that Luxembourg...as a whole country...is about the ...
... maybe it was the idea of not making it home. But it freaked me right out. To the point where I was noticeably shakey getting on the plane, noticeably tense while we took off and definitely freaked out when we did a U-turn. Even though I know well that it is the only way a plane can turn and it wad at a normal angle. I spoke to the plane. I asked it to get me to Luxembourg safely. If they aren't signs of a nomad freaked out of her wits over ...
... out of my system as I have another 4-5 days of this type of driving.
So let's get to how I spent my day. First thing I did was head over to the US Military Cemetery just outside of Luxembourg to pay my respects. The cemetery is mainly soldiers that were killed at the Battle of the Bulge, but there are others from the European theater as well as some that died liberating Luxembourg. Not as expansive as Arlington, but just as well kept and a very ...
... that overlooked the city. At one part of the wall you could see the red bridge and I remember telling them that it was a famous bridge, but I didn’t know why because Sophie just told me it was really famous and nothing else. It’s on all the postcards of Luxembourg, soo… it has to be important, right?
When we got out of the casements we went to go find a restaurant for lunch because everyone was hungry and we found ...