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Checked out of hotel Best Western drove all day to Metz thr Nancy. Stayed off Tool rds. Long drive at first but got faster as we took dual carriage. I got suck today. Had to take medication Lovely drive thro rural countryside. Stopped for Hamburger in Quick cafe. And got hotel free wifi to book hotel. Drove on to Metz and got Comfort inn hotel. 58$ good value. Lovely hotel. Smelly ...
... periods. Check the pictures. There is roman, baroque, and renaissance.
Have I told you we are staying in a Senior center??? Don thought we were staging an intervention! Actually, we understand this is a very exclusive senior home, and the hotel is a part of their business plan. Rooms are big, beds are soft and the showers are huge since they need to be able to put a wheelchair in them. Not bad really. Maybe an idea ...
... on to the puky grey color... oh well....
We met with our tour group this evening, Don and Dar are quickly making friends...or maybe they are laughing politely and thinking..."Stay away from those people from Idaho".
And, get this Ed Weed...our tour guide is the young woman that worked at the buffalo mozzarella place, Andrea Wolfe, that Donato our tour guide took with him to Positano! Can ...
Alexander woke up extra early and bought us fresh croissants before he left for work. After breakfast we decided to head off to another country, Luxembourg. It was less than two hours away, so why not? Christine and Chloe were our guides today as Alexander was working and Elise had school.
We had a walk around the Luxembourg city and then bought tickets for a tour of the ...
... were built. You would think it would have been secure but it was taken by the French in the 15th century.
Over the next 400 years, nearly every European country occupied it at some point, the French, Spanish, Austrians and of course, in the Great War, the Germans. Each added to the fortifications and to the underground tunnels which ran under the city. By the Second World War, the tunnels ran to 40 metres below the city ...
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