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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 has started doing math on Khan academy (online resource). Hamish is really good at helping him with it. So that took up the first part of the morning. Then Matt and I went off for a run. We stopped at the soccer court at the beginning of the park and mucked around a bit, then Matt was invited to play with a group of adults who'd turned up and were one person short. He did really well - got 4 goals. No whinging. He was knackered afterwards.
... both very full and very satisfied with the meal. She gave me the very European kisses on both cheeks before we separated and I went to the train station.I retrieved my luggage and waited around for a while, until the bus came. One warning to people using the station- they charge for the bathrooms. I have a big issue with public places that do that, and maybe we can all shame them into not charging, or at least not requiring exact change. Anyway, this bus was comfortable ...
... s contribution to European unity after WW2. Luxembourg has just assumed the presidency of the EU for the next 6 months, so there were EU flags up everywhere. So the highlight of our tour comes when we go into the courtyard of the Prime Monisters Offices, to find a black car driving up, a suited man gets out and greets Heinz, and we are introduced to the Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel! He greets us warmly says Welcome in Dutch to our Dutch colleagues. It turns out that Heinz ...
... the ceilings. The biggest attraction in Luxembourg is the casemates. Luxembourg had one of the best fortresses in all of Europe in the 17th through 19th centuries. The underground galleries were 23 km long and in some areas were 40 meters below ground. In the late 1800s the fortress was destroyed, but 17km of casemates till exist under the city. Destroying them would have destroyed the city. Today you can tour two sections of the casemates. Actually, the Pétrusse ...