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... a little French styled cafe. (perfect to prepare us for our upcoming trip to Paris!)
I really wish we would have gotten a little more time there, because it looked like a beautiful city. But, since I am so behind on blogging about my trip this past week, I will keep this one short, just like my visit.
Luxembourg, hopefully I will be coming back to you!
... us. She is offering a place in particuliar for bicycle tourists. "Haus am Saarufer"
We end up having bbq with her and her husband finishing 4 bottles of wine on 5 adults.
Interesting thing is that due to the treat of river flooding they live in the 1st floor. The basement is what they let to travelers.
... home after our peaceful drive through the beautiful countryside, Karin was preparing a delicious meal of homemade frites (french fries), spinach and pine nut salad, and Bolinhos de Bacalhau (codfish croquettes). We ate out in the backyard because the weather was perfect. While we were out there, a hot air balloon flew over head, rounding out a perfect outing and a perfect day. I love spring. ...
... burgeoned. Today, there are three main languages spoken in the small country- French, German and Luxembourgish. Luxembourg was finally freed by the U.S army in the World War II and now it abandoned its politics of neutrality and pioneered the formation of the United Nations of today. Today Luxembourg is the only remaining grand duchy in the world and contains the most beautiful fortifications of Europe.
... some huge Army bases, but how we got to the site and how we left it I have no idea. As I say, it was a nice site and we had a relaxing couple of rainy days there, but why it was where it was, with no distinguishing features in the area to visit,
I have no idea. There was a littlerailway line nearby with an hourly train, there were some fields of sheep and cows which occasionally sang in a loud chorus.