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We all slotted around. Outside the cloud is all around so it was grey and and then went for a walk at lunch time. Tony and Matt went round the bar area. Hamish and I walked out from Clausen and found a lovely track in the forrest that borders the road. Lots of very pretty autumn colors.
Matt and Tony played in a touch rugby tournament. They loved it... just 4 local teams. Matt and Tonys team won with the mini tournament... Matt scored the winning try.
Hammie and I went to the mall ... basically supermarket + Kmart with lots of food and clothing stores. Then we bused/ walked into town. The museum buildings are very cool modern mixed into the old castle. We waked down into the gully through forrest and up into the old city.
... only two today, and at one of them, there just happened to be a lady who we could give the ticket to out of the passenger window, and she fed the machine so we didn't have to get out.
Otherwise, it's been pretty uneventful today. Switzerland is very mountainous, don't make a special trip to Basel, it looked very industrial, France was quite scenic, but the further north you get, the less interesting it becomes, and Luxembourg is very modern. There, ...
... 10% - the rest were dismantled in 1800's. From there we crossed back to the Palace and then the Courts - there is a lift that takes people down to the Grund. The part of the city that's lower in the valley of this rock. There the quaint houses and the rocky facade makes it postcard perfect. You can see the fortress and the areas they used to keep the infantry and their weapons. The houses are punched into the rock and still are homes to many. We decided to take the lift back up ...
Europe and its distances are truly amazing. We woke up in Liechtenstein, drove through Switzerland, France and Germany and ended up in Luxembourg. We only had to show our passport once, at the campsite in Leichenstein when we paid for our accommodation in the morning. For the first time we were turned away from the first camp site we chose, it seems Luxembourg was full of visitors! The one we eventually checked into was by ...