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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
Matt and Tony headed off to rugby. The kids (about 30 in under 12's) trained and then had a practice match. The fields are astroturf, apparently a big improvement on the the former fields that were super muddy. Matty enjoyed it. I
In the afternoon Tony and I took the bus out to Kirchberg and went to the Supermarket. It was pandemonium. Got through eventually and got our bags back home. Good weight lifting ...
... that was when we changed countries, as Luxembourg uses both (as well as Luxembourgish). This bus ride had some scenic spots, but was a lot less pastoral. It went through more cities and wasn't on the highway as much, at least at first. Later, we were in a prettier area, but it was getting dark, so it was hard to see.
After switching buses at Hahn Aiport (a great bathroom break), I arrived at Frankfurt Main airport. Thanks to the magic of technology ...
... English in school. And that over 60% of the inhabitants of Luxembourg are foreigners....which is not hard with a population of half a million! It is one of the EU centres in Europe. After our tour we wander through the old town, and visit the Luxembourg City History Museum. It's a very innovative museum using the basements and floors of old buildings, with models, videos, objects describing elements of the history of Luxembourg. We didn't always follow it, and the pathway through was ...
... being restored, so only the Bock Casemates were open today. Oh my gosh! Visiting the casemates was one of the most fun things I did on this trip! Basically we just explored old, dark caves for about an hour. I don't know why it was so fun, but it was cool to roam through the dark tunnels. Unlike the tunnels at Fort Douaumont in Verdun, which creeped me out, these just fascinated me. Before we went into the casemates, we went to the Corniche which is described as the ...