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... second bottle of wine because we didn't like that one. We only liked the good one. He, being Jordan...the guy we met on the tour. A lovely, crazy, not-shy-at-all, slightly tipsy guy who loves to sing. Our whole night was spent singing and talking about the people around us, until two lovely Americans joined us. Gus and Alex from Seattle. I asked them to take our photo to start with, which is how we ended up talking to them but we ...
... shouldn't affect her, than I don't know what is. Anyway. I'm fine now. My breath is back which is good because I was feeling quite light-headed there for a moment. And I'm currently hovering somewhere over some ocean or country going to a place I know nothing about! And people trust me on giving advice!! Ha! Will be back when I am on the ground again.. only so much you can write about when you're sitting in one spot for so long. ....and I'm ...
... there is Gerardo. We make the really hard and seemed like forever walk to the bus with our extremely heavy suitcases. Sadly I did not get to sit next to Vince on the bus like I wanted to so we could catch up 1 on 1. But I got to sit next to Hannah and catch up with her which is good too. Finally I got to sleep for a couple hours on the bus which, in all honestly, was probably not the best idea because I felt dead when we arrived to the chateaux.
... forking out 50cents every time one of
us needs the public WC's which are few and far between anyway. After our
pitstop, we took a lift down to the bottom of the rocks in to the original old
part of Luxembourg and looked at the Abbey of St. John and the small streets in
that part of town. Back up again in the
lift and we headed through the main square back to the bus stop, all 'citied' out.
After collapsing in ...
... of the EU along with Brussels and Strasbourg. They translate all the EU parliamentarian edicts into the 21 languages of the EU but not Luxembourgish!
There are 3 distinct areas:-
1. Luxembourg City which is old money and the oldest part of the City with its lovely preserved buildings. This must be the only place we did not visit a Cathedral or church as there was not enough time! The Hotel de Ville was nothing impressive for a change ...