Hotel Eurener Hof
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... the tour was really interesting! There was a lovely story about the Duke and his wife who used to sing all the time, but who was actually a mermaid. When she was discovered she jumped out the window and has never been seen since. But every seven years you can hear her sing. I like stories like that. They always bring magic to a place. The craziest thing I found out though is that Luxembourg...as a whole country...is about the ...
... 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. ...
... built the church with family money along with the money they collected from church goers. And it seemed that at times there was some competition of sorts on who built the grandest or tallest. and the daughters were married of, or became nuns. We also see an interesting house with Moorish influence, which front door was in the second floor, no one could figure out whether during that time the house had wooden staircase, or ropes ladders. Total steps walked today 9,337 or 4.3 ...
Had a fabulous day driving over into the northern part of Luxembourg. To begin with it's a very small country! Only 2.586 sq kilometres in total with a population of 500 000 people, they speak 3 languages, French, German and Luxembourgish, with of course Belgium, France and Germany bordering the country. The countryside was extremely green, and lovely hills not mountains, full of cattle and horses, no sheep (well that we saw anyway) All shops ...
Trier is yet another beautiful place to visit. I finally had some snitzel (and real coffee). It actually took me a bit to stop using my Luxembourgish and slip into German which all of a sudden doesn't feel right. After the graciousness of the Luxembourg people I am painfully aware of the aggressiveness of the Germans. I ...