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After a hearty breakfast at the hotel we headed off to Luxembourg City and into Vaals(It borders on both Belgium and Germany. The three borders meet on the Drielandenpunt, a few meters from the highest point in the European part of the Netherlands, the Vaalserberg. The Vaalserberg used to be called "Hubertusberg".). And then onto Duerne. It was an entertaining drive to Luxembourg City especially trying to find first the city centre and then trying to find a park. The ...
... a man belted out a great rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. After it was over I noticed that there were a lot of American veterans sitting down during the ceremony and then as they walked off we all applauded and had a chance to tell them thank you. They were very moved by the gesture and I was moved by these old men that still look like they could kick some ass!
After some rest in Clervaux, I headed back to Luxembourg to my hotel. I ...
Some of the Heintzelman relatives (they are Nana's maternal relatives), came from Merzig, Germany. Since it is so close, we decided to visit while we're in the area.
Our first look at Merzwig was pretty spectacular. We rounded a corner and a lovely green valley was spread out in front of us with Merzig at its center.
Merzig is in the Rhineland-Palatinate state of Germany, on the banks of the Saar River. Merzig itself is about the size of ...
... was also the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, so King William I, II and III were all kings of the Netherlands in succession and they were all also the Grand Dukes of Luxembourg at the same time. All was going well whilst they kept having sons, but William III failed in this area and God forbid, only managed a daughter who became Queen of the Netherlands. Because Luxembourg still followed a law called the Salic law, that went back to the Dark Ages, ...
We didn't leave particularly early and although it was grey, it looked like it might brighten up later. We recrossed the bridge and cycled alongside the autobahn for a while, past a large power plant then through some woods with industrial areas on the other side. One was a large steel making plant that seemed to use reclaimed and recycled metal judging by the huge piles of metal being craned around. Another seemed to be some type of mineral processing plant as we cycled under a very ...