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Hamish and I took a train and bus up to Each-Sur- Sure. A very pretty region that is part of one of the Luxembourg National Parks. The trees were past there autumn best, but still pretty. We started off by exploring the castle... now a well preserved ruin, that sits above a town that is in the"u" bend of the river Sure. Then we walked along the river banks towards Lultzhausen. It was a track some ...
... city is. No wonder it was called the Gibraltar of the North, it was impregnable. About 150 years ago the defenses were removed and while most of the walls remain, they were made unusable for military purposes. Now they exist as a kind of scenic park like area and are a Unesco World Heritage site.
We toured the rock passageways and lookouts that make up the Bock. It was essentially a self guided walk through tunnels and staircases carved out of rock with openings where ...
... tractors and trailers. We’d found Germany expensive as we crossed, although we only had to gas up there once on the way, having filled at the frontier. 30% dearer over the border makes you focus pretty hard, although both Czech and Germany had 100 octane at the pump, and its still cheaper than the UK.
Luxembourg is the melting pot of Europe, and although it holds one of the three major components of the EU, its still ...
Well, it had to happen, if it wasn't Kidney Stone II rearing it's ugly head it had to be back trouble.You (may) know the feeling, a little twinge turns into a spasm then you're stuck with it for days (hopefully no more) with any change in position being made very gingerly. So it's exercises, drugs and being waited on hand and foot (as long as I can play on it and eke it out of course ;-) )Liz drove the Lion's share of the route from Brussels to Alzingen, ...
... thing. The thing that struck me the most is that 1/3 of the population actually commutes to the city for work...from other countries! And also that the Euro only came out in 2002. We met up again then, in the central square. We were intending to buy food before going on the tour we had booked, but there was a fantastic group of four buskers who were playing some really good music and they stopped us in ...