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... visiting another friend of mine, Cait. Realizing that I will probably not see either of them again before I return to Europe sometime next year, showed me that my dream of traveling the wold has become a reality and will begin in the not so far future.
I honestly made the strange discovery that I was more excited during the flight home than on the flight to this short-trip. ...
... and there are some signs indicating the correct path once one turns the corner.
From the top of the Bock there is a great view of two different areas of the city, because the Bock actually sticks out into the valley. It is attached to the Pont du Château which connects two individual cliffs. Upon entering the casemates, we watched a short film about the wonders of Luxembourg City. This ...
... the night before, I took a coach from Luton to Stansted on Saturday 18th to fly to the city of Eindhoven in the southern Netherlands where we watched the final of the Eurovision whilst being filmed for Dutch TV, where I was even interviewed on my views of the Dutch song.
The following day Roel and I made the trip to Luxembourg where awaiting us were ...
... sausages and tons of side dishes as well as bread, of course.
On Saturday August 25th we had a very long but exciting day in Luxembourg's Little Switzerland. We first went to have a picnic and small hike through the wooded area of the Mullerthal in which we saw large rocks, cliffs, and waterfalls (the waterfall is called schiessentuempel in case you wanted to look up more information! :) We had he most amazing paprika flavored chips for lunch with amazing ...
... windows and generally watching people. The planned historical walk is tomorrow so I soaked in this interesting (and generally overlooked) city. I made my way from the city center toward the train station district (where many old hotels lined the avenue of liberty) and stopped for a coffee at a charming shop.
With each trip to Europe I find myself less intimidated by the lack of knowledge of the local language. In Luxembourg it is French but ...