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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... for about 15 minutes. We did, thankfully, get food (including coconut yoghurt!) and then made our way to the tour. The tour guide today was a lot better than the lady we had yesterday, mainly because he knew what he was talking about which is more than could be said for her. Once again, with the three of us, it was all laughter and fun times all while learning about the Fort that Luxembourg ...
... restaurants around the outside with loads of outdoor seating. All you could hear was French, German and Luxembourgish (an odd cross between Dutch and French). It was peaceful sitting in the patchy shade. With our icecreams. Luckily, our food costs for the rest of the day and tomorrow are low. But this icecream is so damn good! And the weather just yells 'eat icecream'. So we did. And then we moved from one square to another square ...
... all that other blah that comes with going anywhere, and went to sit. I caved about a month ago and got one of Bill Bryson's travel books...just to see what the big deal is. What makes him stand out from the rest. Descriptions. That's what. He is fantastic at making you see things. So I sat on my huge seat (I think they make the seats in airports for giants) and read and ate for a while. Well a bit more of a while because my flight was delayed. ...
... backwoods town doing about 110k (which is about 65-70 mph) so you better look both ways! Speaking of speed limits. One minute you are going 70, then it jumps to 90, but don't get comfortable, because 5 seconds later it jumps down to 50, but by the time you down shift to slow down, it's back up to 90 again! A few other observations about driving over here. Yield signs are just for looks. No one obeys them. Also, they have roundabouts about every 10 miles. ...
... got stuck and I needed Tosca to help me down since she was the tallest. I just needed a hand to grab so I could reach down the gate. I need to think my plans out more.
Afterwards we walked up the road which was a workout because the hill was a little steep! We should have walked down the road and took the elevator back up, but we got to see the valley area when walking up. At the top we found the entrance to the casements and paid 2,80 ...