Hotel Bella Napoli
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... for the EU in Luxembourg, so is in the know. He is now retired and does the tour guiding part time. So that was a treat. We have also seen the Congregation Church, the Cathedral to the Virgin Mary and the Gella Fra (golden girl) memorial to the wars. We walked along the Corniche, which overlooks the Alzette river and some of the remnant fortifications of this city. We learn that Luxemburgers speak Luxembourghish, a German French variant , they also learn French and German, and ...
Today is our last day in Europe. We bid adieu to France this morning and made the one-hour drive from Metz to Luxembourg, where we will fly from tomorrow. We headed first to our hotel to drop off luggage, and we experienced déjà vu. Just like our very first day when we were trying to find our hotel, Henri sent us to a neighboring town. Thankfully this one was just two miles out of our way and we quickly figured it out. Next, it was time to bid adieu to the C-Max. ...
... and visited the tourist information office.
Met DC and the girls at 3pm and Estelle had just joined them, so she took us for hot chocolate near the palace. The coffee shop was across the cobblestone path from the castle, and the Duke drove in a few metres from us as we sitting outside in the balmy autumn weather. Apparently it's not uncommon to see him out and about in town.
On our way back to ...
... the right direction. She was like "Don’t you see the train tracks right there? Just follow them!" (She was probably thinking Silly American). But I didn’t know if I had to go to the right or left along the tracks! LOL. It’s strange, I never leave Nancy on the train I always arrive to Nancy on the train, so I never remember where the train station is. Good thing I got there early because I had to print out my ...
... as people had a cup of coffee and people watched.
We visited the US Military Cemetery established after WWII in memory of the thousands of American soldiers who were lost oversees during the war. The memorial gives a great historical account of the war. General Patton is buried front and center and is marked with the standard white cross like his men. It is ...