Domaine du Chateau du Bois d'Arlon
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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.
... by pretty quickly, one town merged into the next and the next and suddenly we were crossing into Belgium.
I was suprised at the sudden change between Luxembourg and belgium. The border came and suddenly there were no houses left. Only open fields. But suddenly there were bike trails... kinda. They were more like left over tar from the road made into a kinda path. And suddenly, there was ...
... Lena and Natenal. Sipping an afternoon coffee with a pastry, we visit outside on a sunny Saturday afternoon. Michel later prepares Thai food for dinner, along with a beer tasting of four beverages. Our accommodations for the night are at Jean Christophe's home....big and beautifully updated. Also quite large is his dog, Couscous, a friendly ...
... a circle - the heraldic symbol of the U.S. I walked up the stairs to the top and could see in all directions, but the monument itself was more impressive than the view.
We stopped at a couple of other smaller memorials and then at the edge of Jacques woods, part of the Ardenne Forest. This is an area where some of the hardest battles were fought in December of 1944. We walked into the woods and saw what remains of the foxholes that ...
... Cemetery there. In a touching ceremony, our two veterans were awarded silver stars by the Luxembourg Cemetery committee. Scott, our cemetery guide, told us all about the Battle of the Bulge, where most of the soldiers in this cemetery died. He then showed us the grave of George Patton and gave us free time to look around.
Then we were back on the bus to go to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow we will have an all day tour of the Bulge area. ...