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... for the EU in Luxembourg, so is in the know. He is now retired and does the tour guiding part time. So that was a treat. We have also seen the Congregation Church, the Cathedral to the Virgin Mary and the Gella Fra (golden girl) memorial to the wars. We walked along the Corniche, which overlooks the Alzette river and some of the remnant fortifications of this city. We learn that Luxemburgers speak Luxembourghish, a German French variant , they also learn French and German, and ...
We left Sedan and ducked over to Luxembourg. We stopped just outside Luxembourg City in the small town of Hesperange. It was a short bus ride into the city through small villages. Luxembourg City centre is built up on the cliffs that drop into narrow valleys. It is made up of different areas including an old ...
... river. We have been told that there are many castles for sale and only for EUR1 – it is only the cost of maintenance that is expensive, hence many castles are now owned by the whole town, so the people can preserve their history for all to see and enjoy into the future. The castles can also be hired for weddings and festivals, so locals enjoy their living history, and they act as a drawcard for tourism.
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... work as it would be a smelly afternoon in the office otherwise. A big uphill climb back to the main part of town , then the walk back to catch a bus home. We decided not to walk all the way to the railway station and found our bus number along the main drag. Lucky us because by now we did not want to walk much further.
We can recommend a visit to this city as it is a delight to visit and discover it's history
A lovely day in a lovely country, you should have been here.
So after staying at Steffie's for the night, I took the train(s) up to a litte village called Wincheringen, very close to Luxembourg. It was a pretty random train journey. On my first train, I was speaking to a Croation guy for ages, although neither of us spoke a word of the same language! On my next train, I was speaking with a German girl, who it transpired had been living in Forest Row for a month and was probably going back there after ...