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Today was a full day out. We started off driving to the small village of Hackenberg which is very close to the border of Germany and Luxembourg. The reason for our visit today was to see the Hackenberg Fortress. This fortress formed part of the Maginot Line, which was a series of fortifications built by the French after WW1 to provide a line of defence between France and the borders of Germany and Luxembourg. The Maginot ...
Had breakfast at Hotel then went up to see Linda and say goodbye to Wolfgang. Jan then drove us into Saarbrucken for the day as he had to spend time with Linda making arrangements for the funeral. Walked around the lovely St Johann Market Place with pretty shops and restaurants and down along the river bank. Jan picked us up and back to our hotel. Later we went out to a nice Italian restaurant for dinner. Had an early night to bed as we were still ...
We had a real treat on our final day of the Festival. A friend of mine, Andrew Joy, who has been Principal Horn in the Cologne Radio Orchestra for many years, agreed to drive down to give the students a master class. He is from Australia originally and has been living in Germany since 1976. He had three very interesting horns with him that everyone had a chance to try. He had several gadgets to help with horn playing, including some small devices that attach ...
Things have moved very quickly here; with performances every night there are lots of rehearsals, horn classes, and individual lessons. After the very successful horn quartet performance Saturday evening at the church, on Sunday, we traveled to the town of Schmelz, for an open air concert. The combined faculty/student winds played movements from "Sinfonietta" by J. Raff, a 19th century Swiss ...
... out to enjoy a drink or a dinner with friends in Germany or Luxembourg, very naturally as France, Luxembourg or Germany are well within a 30 to 45 minutes reach by car or by train.
Many people from the Lorraine region are regularly shopping in Germany and admit that many casual everyday items are better value for money accross the border.
Just like many people who live nearby, I always enjoy being in the ...