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After a hearty breakfast at the hotel we headed off to Luxembourg City and into Vaals(It borders on both Belgium and Germany. The three borders meet on the Drielandenpunt, a few meters from the highest point in the European part of the Netherlands, the Vaalserberg. The Vaalserberg used to be called "Hubertusberg".). And then onto Duerne. It was an entertaining drive to Luxembourg City especially trying to find first the city centre and then trying to find a park. The ...
... at his request that he be buried with his men. A leader until the end.
After the cemetery, I headed up to Ettlebruck and Diekirch to see some more museums. Ettlebruck has the Patton museum. That town apparently doesn't get going until after noon, because I was trying to find something to eat and nothing was open except a small cafe that had reservations already booked and a Chinese food restaurant. I went Chinese and after a huge language ...
... so nice out.
We walked over to Petit France, which is the area where the tanners worked. It had a bunch of little canals there so the tanners could get all of the water they needed. We stopped and got some lunch and then we got on the boat. There was an arrow at the boat pier that showed where to line up. We got there first and lined up at the arrow. Then people started lining ...
... towns seemed recently revamped, with new coats of plaster, and new paint. Each town seemed to have at least one rebuilt in a completely modern -- angular, glass, wood, and concrete -- style. And there were car dealerships everywhere.
We took a detour to the beautiful Chateau Vianden. This chateau is perched on a prominence overlooking a river valley, right on the border with Germany. It had fallen into ruins but was rebuilt in 1977. We parked ...
... had one, small umbrella between us, so people probably thought we were on our honeymoon. The city centre only consists of a few blocks and soon we had covered it all. After passing the same street for the third time, we decided it was time for dinner.
We had wanted to go to a certain restaurant serving traditional Luxembourgish food, but they only opened at 19h30 and there was no way that I would have lasted until then. We settled for a more ...