Hampshire Moselhotel - Nitteler Hof
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... zoomed in, . . . zoomed in . . . zoomed in . . . squinted. . . and . . .
A GOLF COURSE?
Luxembourg has a muni?????
But wait . . . there's more.
I zoom in further and see that "Golf Gaichel" has a link. Let's check it out. So I did and this is what I saw. Pull this sight up on a computer ...
In early October 1944 Battery B passed through Paris and took up position in Arlon, Belgium in preparation for an assault through Luxembourg against the German Ziegfried Line. Initially, the Ninth Army was deployed to the south, but orders were given for the Ninth and First Armies to switch positions and in late October they rapidly repositioned. ...
It's 9:06 in the morning as my train races for Paris at a pace much faster than I travelled two hours ago. I am already exhausted.
There were a few unforeseen developments this morning. First, when I booked this trip to Belgium it seemed brilliant to work backwards so as to make connections that would deliver me to Arlon at a reasonable hour tonight. So, checking trains, I decided I better leave Bayeux on the 8:39 a.m. ...
... different countries, that is over 6 banks per square mile. Despite a third of the country being arable farmland, banking and finance rule the roost here; tourism comes way down the list.
Having said that, top of our list was Vianden, a town that does rely on tourism for its income. Although not raining, it was pretty cloudy as we made our way down the long hill into Vianden. As we rounded a left hand corner, the chateau or castle ...
... as it is now in the snow, I'm sure.
We only had a couple of hours to take in as much as possible and experience how expensive it is - €20 for 2 filled baguettes and 2 cokes! However, I'm sure with some sensible planning it's possible to do a long weekend, or few days within a normal budget. After all, petrol is significantly cheaper than France - we overlooked this and had already filled up!