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Heading north to The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
country dwarfed between its neighbours France, Germany and
Belgium. City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city &
highlight all the attractions and point of interest along the ...
... pretty darn cold and also looked strangely similar to the Outer Banks in NC. We stayed just long enough to eat some waffles and bananas, touch the water, have Erika almost get soaked, and look at some shells. Then it was time to get back on the road. Jane was in top of her game today (once the fog cleared) and we made great time on our drive. When we got to Luxembourg City we had the not so easy task of finding parking. Now, there is tons of parking.... Technically. But to ...
We had 2 locks today and when we got to the first one, we had to wait for a big boat to arrive and waited with a German boat that came and took our lines, so we got chatting. We just had time for Isi to make a bacon and egg sandwich. A barge came out of the lock then the big cycle holiday boat arrived he had a Dutch cruiser with him so we all went into the lock together and on exit the Dutchman turned into the ...
... 122.3 per litre and it is the same price in all garages and the marina, so perhaps there is a law to say it is a fixed price so they can't undercut or make extra profit. It is rather nice not to be taken advantage of as most riverside pumps are far higher than a garage. That is why the French use their cans and get their fuel from the local garage as well as reports of dirty fuel from riverside ...
... Pinot Gris, Elbling, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Gewürztraminer, C******nay, Gamay and Muscat. There is a strong link to Champagne with wine classified as Champagne being made in the region up to the Second World War.
Some other digging around on the web also indicated that they have HUGE yields with 140-120 hl/ha which, along with the small production, predominance of poorer Rivaner (over 30% of production and for some extraordinary ...