Hotel Le Chatelet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... instrumentation and it was a very fun piece for everyone to perform. Each performing ensemble was given 30 minutes in the Stadthalle in the afternoon for their final dress rehearsal to test the acoustics of the hall. l'Oiseau des Bois was a big hit on the program and the entice concert was terrific. Hopefully everyone will bring programs home to show their parents. Following the concert, there was a party in the hotel, with food, desserts ...
... ves" by Jaques Ibert, which sounded terrific. The second half of the program featured the local chorus singing selections, then inviting Saarburg members up to the stage for their final number, "Alleluia" by Leonard Cohen. It was a very festive end to the evening. Tuesday evening featured a concert in Saarburg at the "Alte Glockengiesserei", a 19th century bell foundry that has been converted ...
... whilst the other sits, mourning his dead compatriot.
The sculptor of the three bronze figures was Claus Cito, a native Luxembourger. The model for the Gėlle Fra is unknown. The monument was opened in 1923.
... foreign takeovers. Somehow this little country managed to wrestle back its independence and they are tickled pink to have it. They have their own language which everybody speaks- Luxembourgish- no really that is what it is called. And- EVERYONE also learns French and English in school so all of the people are at least trilingual. Their country motto translates- 'We want to stay how we are!' And I can see ...
... pinned to their front. Turns out there is a marathon going on in Luxembourg today.
Anywho, we got to Kirchberg, which I don't know if its a different town than Luxembourg or just another neighborhood. That's where the European Parliament is. We passed by the Philharmonie Luxembourg, Europe Square, the Art Museum, and such on the way to Fort Thungen. Fort Thungen is what's left of a fortress that Luxembourg needed for all its many many invaders. It is now a museum which was ...