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... stop in Luxembourg.
It's always crazy how normal everything is, after having been away for so long. You focus on the teeny tiny details: "That shop wasn't there yet, was it? Wow, the gym has a purple floor now!"
Of course, there are the things you've missed in Latvia, such as fluffy corn bread, kaassoufflés, mom's waffles, Frans' cooking, Marianne's hugs, Nona's surprise 'kisses'... "Look how wonderfully paved the ...
... Revolutionary Wars, the city held out against the French siege for seven months.
There is also a huge monument in the main square to pay respect to all who fought in the Second World War and to replace the original historical monument that Nazi Germany bombed and destroyed in the 1940's.
I had no idea of the long and complicated history of Luxembourg.
Almost as soon as my exams came to an end, I made my second travel of the year, back to the Netherlands after less than 5 weeks in order to fulfil three tasks. To recover from the intense final weeks of university, to visit my good friends Roel and Sandy, and also to fill in one of the holes in my visited countries map.
Straight from winning at ...
Last week, we received the papers for the next step in the resident permit project. Today, we took the papers and our passports into Luxembourg City to the immigration office. First we went to get passport sized pictures taken, as the paperwork dictated. This necessitated finding an instant photo shop. We called Karin for advice on this, and she said there was one right by her office. So, we headed out from the central Luxembourg train ...
... were waiting for ages for them to bring us the cheque, and even had to ask them three times. After waiting over half an hour we all got up and ready to leave, and voila, the cheque appeared. After lunch we wandered to a big park area where we stumbled across the most awesome playground ever with a huge slide and big pirate ship.