Golden Tulip Central Molitor
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Late start, luckily the breakfast goes until 10am. First hot breakfast of the trip, plus all the pastries, breads, meats etc.
Wandered into town and spent the morning finding more new paths and roads, and more stunning scenery. DC had arranged via Facebook to meet up with some of the girls from the Luxembourg choir they met in Brussels,so …
Last day of the music tour today, but we are continuing onto Luxembourg, so we left the hotel at 8.30, caught the tram into Midi station, bought our tickets for the train (3 hours, second class, 102 euro all up), and made it to the platform with 5 minutes to spare (trains to Luxembourg go every hour, so it was no major disaster if we missed that …
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... we might be going around the main square. We kept not finding it. Or so we thought... We found a big city center map and as we tried to figure out where we were, we realized we had seen everything on the map. In reality, Luxembourg is just so small that we had actually explored the entire historic city without realizing it. Surprise! We had seen the Cathedral of Notre Dam, the palace, the city center square, and the castle ruins. Go team. The day only got more hilarious when we went to ...
... lukewarm and the cold water bath. For the hot bath they actually had to boil the water in cauldrons. Rome once occupied the vast majority of Europe. All the way from Rome to the Brititsh Isles. The Celtic tribes were no match to the Romans. The fortresses pretty much withstood the test of time up to today, 1500 yrs later.. They were well engineered so their buildings were large and strong. Part of the reason Roman structures have been so durable for so long is because of the use ...