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... restaurants around the outside with loads of outdoor seating. All you could hear was French, German and Luxembourgish (an odd cross between Dutch and French). It was peaceful sitting in the patchy shade. With our icecreams. Luckily, our food costs for the rest of the day and tomorrow are low. But this icecream is so damn good! And the weather just yells 'eat icecream'. So we did. And then we moved from one square to another square ...
... minutes thank goodness, but boy my heart went to those one the 11:20 flight to Madrid. It was now departing at 20:30. How boring. It was then time to board, and if I'm completely honest...I was terrified. Ever since I was little I've had a love of planes and flying and that has continued and in some ways grown over the course of the last 20 years. But the German Wings flight back a couple weeks ago hit me quite hard. Maybe because I know so ...
... apparently rated as the most beautiful balcony in Europe (we didn't think it was anything special), and the other was the original wall of the city, again built in the 900s and not only still standing, but still in amazing condition. I think we were in Luxembourg for a total of like 4 or 5 hours, and we saw pretty much all of it. It was super strange. We grabbed a bite to eat, and drove to our hotel, which was in France (oops). When looking ...
... got to see the Guillaume II statue of one of the past Dukes riding on his horse.
Afterwards, we walked down the street and in 5 minutes we were at the Casements and got to see the view of the city below the city walls. The Casements are really cool to see because they’re soo tall and there’s cool tunnels below them (but we didn’t get to go in the tunnels). After taking lots and lots of photos with the view ...
... moving experience. There was a display of maps and information that explained the heavy fighting that occurred in this very area. It occurred over about a 3 month period, but so many losses. Bruce's Grandfather was assigned to an artillery unit near this location in WWI.
The countryside is rich farmland as we headed south toward the Moselle Valley, our next ...