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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... the old stone walls and foundations. The exhibits and interpretive signage (including in English) were suberbly designed. For a small city museum, the architecture and exhibit design was as good as it gets.
Hoping to see as much as we could before nightfall, we took the elevator down to the lower town, called the Grund. It was a very quaint area of winding streets and historic buildings. We found a place to eat dinner then walked back up the hill after dark to our hotel.
... corporate headquarters. No photos allowed so you'll have to take our word for the stunning colours and clever use of shapes used to create wall and floor mounted pieces that defy description here. Starting at €2,000 and going up to €30,000 (that we saw) there is no doubt this was a gallery for those with a high disposable income.
Nice quiet (mostly) campsite that was pristinely clean, was our home for three nights.
... voice which is always polite, helpful and gives us driver discretion) Anyway we timed our arrival about right after a tea and sandwich stop, arriving at 13:50 with reception opening again 10 min later, unfortunately, the bin men arrived just behind us so there was a brief episode where we were allowed on site to park up and get the lorry in a position to move on with the rubbish. This is an excellent site with 100 square metre (that's big for us) ...
... for. Turns out that Luxembourg actually translates to Little Fort. Who would have known?? It was a great tour though, and I will remember to bring my jumper on the next one! We were all so tired by the time the tour finished that we went and crashed at the hostel after our showers and had some cheap food. I think we are going out for a drink tonight, and I will be keeping it at just that. A. Drink. Lisa ...