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Luxembourg. Since it was on our way back to Switzerland we decided to check it
out. Our route took us through the Ardennes to a small village called
Kautenbach. The area is beautiful and our campsite was nestled into the bottom
of a valley and surrounded by forested mountains on all sides. The campsite was
very pretty and comfortable, but being at the bottom of a valley was pretty
cold as well.
... assessed we went to explore old town.
Old town was really pretty. Nice blue stone buildings all from the local quarry. A castle and a church in the heart of town. There were two similar rock structures which we still don't know quite what they were. These were round semi circles in the rock face. Estimating about 20m high... so large.
Once we explored the town we went to the larges topiary garden open to the public IN THE WORLD. ...
... I must have the attention span of a gnat sadly...as when I look down I when I missed a turn would see a simple message...off route re-calculate???? Those usually mean time for me to get creative...ie figure out ways to cross the dividers on the autobahn to do a u-turn....like the gap between cement barriers that just fit a bike.....long story short...holy **** was I not paying attention that morning. I ended up going back and forth on the autobahn....till I finally ...
Clervaux is one of the most beautiful little villages on the face of the earth. Clearvaux means "Clear Valley". It was here that our good friend Manny Scheidweiler was raised. It was a wonderful experience to have her show us around the village. Some of the things that we experienced were: Family of Man This is an incredible museum located in the Clervaux Castle. Edward Steichen created this exhibit in 1955 when he was the curator for the ...
... photos showing a monk's daily life in the crypt. Mass was going on upstairs and we could hear fragments of singing as we viewed photos of robed monks with strimmers. I enjoyed the collection, there was plenty of visual information and a few not too complicated text panels. The monastery had been taken over by Hitler Youth and the damage has been mostly repaired but there are still works ongoing.
This was our first look at Luxembourg so it ...