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Hamish and I took a train and bus up to Each-Sur- Sure. A very pretty region that is part of one of the Luxembourg National Parks. The trees were past there autumn best, but still pretty. We started off by exploring the castle... now a well preserved ruin, that sits above a town that is in the"u" bend of the river Sure. Then we walked along the river banks towards Lultzhausen. It was a track some ...
... And it seems like a very common part of the locals day to pop in and walk a dog. On Saturday we went for a drive through the countryside and stopped in to see Vianden, a restored castle and fortress. Spectacular. We also visited the farmhouse/cafe of one of Alex's friends. Johanna's family has been on the farm for centuries and has some lovely displays of different eras. She also distils kirsh and schnapps! Divine...we sampled some of the Christmas versions...might have to ...
Rotterdam still is one of Europe's largest ports for shipping, but not particularly interesting for tourists. A big clean up seems to have occurred in recent times. The highlight for us was a little harbour where the Pilgrim Fathers departed from before sailing to England and transferring to the Mayflower. Also there was a memorial to the famous Dutch Admiral Piet Hein.
Ati nearby Deft we visited the Royal Delft Porcelain ...
... really cool looking museum inside and out. Later that evening Kyle, Kelly, Miranda and I decided to go into the city centre for supper. We ate at a restaurant in one of the city squares. I ordered a pasta with pesto sauce and red wine. It was the first real meal we had that wasn't cafeteria food or airplane food and it was good! After that we decided dessert would be good so we hit up a local place called ...
... the time and its 1:27, ****. So I literally sprint to the train station. Approximately a 7min walk. As everyone stares at me running I make my way to the station. Im half way there when I see then train pull up, again ****. So now im feelin the burn at this point but keep going. So many people are getting off the train and blocking my way to the train. When I get to the stairs I was burned out. I think I even whinced. I heard the conductor blow the whistle, not a good sign, but I make it ...