Hotel Eden au Lac
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... We took out cheese, wine (which we actually googled regions to find) and bread and sat on a ledge. And so started the laughs, moments of singing One Direction to strangers and eating more than we could fit. I don't think I have laughed so hard for a long time, and not just because things were funny, but the misfortune of anyone walking past us who had the joy of being serenaded by two Aussies and a drunk Englishman! .. He had ...
... was 17℃ and that is boiling! Yep, Aussie temperature measure is well gone. I walked into the hostel, found out I had infact not booked a room (I thought I did) and then got a room and met an Aussie girl from Melbourne. And this my friends is how you make friends. We agreed to meet after I dropped my bag and we would walk into town. And what a walk it was! Stunning bridges, rivers, houses. It's the most picturesque, quaint place I have ever ...
... the Capital of Luxembourg sits on two halves of a gorge. Its almost like the city was split in half years ago, but some great earthquake. It is a clean city, with cool architecture with the usual European squares and statues. It was odd hearing all the different languages of German, French and Dutch, mixed in with a surprising large contingent of English. There were black and white portraits of residents displayed in the central square (Wiliam II) listing ...
Saw a beautiful corner of creation today on one of the best walks I've ever done - easily in my top 10! We walked in the hills of the Little Switzerland region of Luxembourg, on the edge of a famous area of the Muller Valley. It was a challenging walk - about 2000 feet elevation gain/loss - and was almost non-stop outstanding scenery. The photos don't do it justice.
Weather could not have been better and we walked in the shade for the great majority of the time. ...
... clubs, so much so that the street itself had bouncers. We went to one of the clubs for a while and danced away with quite a lot of young 'kids’ as the drinking age is 16 (even though some didn’t even look that!). It was good fun and then we all headed back to the hostel for bed.
Sunday 8th April