Domaine du Chateau du Bois d'Arlon
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... that I could travel with and not want to run away from after the first week. We walked some more, and lots of up and down...it's like this city is trying to tell us off for having icecream for dinner by making us work it off. It's tiring. After a while walking around and seeing a middle age couple with a selfie stick (just ask people to take your photos guys!), we went and sat in a square in the center. It's so picturesque! It ...
... new beginning, because the next three month...well they are, just beginning. With today's flight to Luxembourg. Of all places. Why I chose Luxembourg? No freaking clue. Somewhere to go that I knew nothing about. Not your usual 'European Getaway' destination. I'm going there because I can. No other logical reason than that. I took the train from The Bakery today and then onto Gatwick, but due to so many tickets and destinations and departure ...
... In part, I hoped I might learn more about myself.
I suppose Yeats had it right in some ways , though his view from the cheap seats as a fifty something year old Irish noncombatant during the First World War perhaps made it easy for him to say:
"Why should we honour those who die upon the field of battle? A man may show as reckless a courage in entering into the abyss of himself."
I don't agree with ...
... br> One tiny miscalculation. . .
To reach Bayeux by bicyclette at 8:00 would require I leave Ver-sur-Mer at 6:00 and the sun does not come up until 7:45. Brilliant, Rob. Ninety minutes in the dark, in a navy blue Pea Coat, no reflectors,packing this armoire on my back. Je suis un grand doofus.
Second small miscalculation.
Apparently all the street lights which make Paris the City of Lights were stolen from Normandy. ...
... the racing. It
looked quite exciting.
We stayed off the motorways again today to try to see a bit
more of the countryside and it was quite varied. We even saw a stoat (or
something long & furry!) cross the road! When we arrived in Luxembourg (Yeeha! Country number 23!) we stopped in a
nice looking old town called Echernacht to have some lunch, and guess what –
Italian! It was really tasty though. Steve asked for some chilli ...