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... Abbey, the Place d'Armes, the Adolphe Bridge and the city hall. The city is the home of the University of Luxembourg and RTL Group.
The Second World War Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial is located ...
... to participate in one of the guided tours from the Tourist Office. Two highly interesting walking hours that tell you the history and whereabouts in a nutshell.
As many European towns, Luxembourg is much more hospitable during late spring and summer. autumn winter can be very rainy and misty. Shops usually close at 6pm. Offers (clothing, jewellry but also food) have the tendency to be upmarket.
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his pizza, and then a few minutes later rubbed his eye with the hand that he
had been holding his pizza with & spent the next 10 minutes winking at me
because he couldn’t see out of that eye!
Luxembourg is very different to how I imagined it. In Echernacht,
as the name suggests, is very Germanic, but as we drove closer to the capital,
Luxembourg, it got more & more French,
infact we drove through a lovely ...
... saturday, which really cramps my traveling style. Tomorrow my goal of the day is to get monday off with sundays to form a semi-normal weekend. Because if I want to go home to Liège at all I will have to do two days back to back, not one. And let us not forget my little getaway to Venice....
The town I am currently in is so small people dont lock their doors..I guess I will be ...
Today was realllllllly fun. We went into the city of Luxembourg to do, yet again, a treasure hunt. That whole concept has gotten really old. The city was really beautiful to drive into because it was once a fortress, so there is a huge wall going around the city. You have to cross a bridge with a great view on the way in. What a terrible day to not bring your camera. Luckily, I have a train pass that can take me to the city whenever I want.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking