- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a great time with Tomas and Cait, but now that I am back home the final preparations for the 'big trip' are about to happen which really gets me excited!
My good friend Marleen will accompany me on the first part of the adventure in Latin America and we will soon start laying out the groundwork for this chapter.
I will soon get this blog going! adios.
... out the bathrooms and they were pretty filthy. It smelt like sauerkraut. Not very pleasing.
We thought we would explore the town. We checked out the Black gate and then the DOM and lady of our church. It was nice.
After this we went for dinner and went to the potato house. I got the potato gratin with ham and mushroom, and Maggie got the salad.
Then we went to bed… the hostel ...
... had charcuterie German style, seared sausage, bread like kasler chop, smoked meats and I had a pork goulash, with spaetzel, and chunky apple sauce, really delicious! I have been happy with the food thus far, servings not too humongous! Certainly can't go desserts though! Tomorrow we are heading further north in Luxembourg returning down south to Luxembourg city to check in to our hotel there the Mia Zia! Sounds Italian to me, but guess we will ...
... the barge tonight. So we went to town and found a grocery store to buy some cheese and a little meat. We already had our rolls from earlier today. Our friends decided to do the same thing and we pooled our resources to come up with quite a variety of food. Most everyone else walked to town in the pouring rain to dine. We were very glad we stayed in with our put together meal and excellent ...
... windows but it did have a collection of sculptures and frescos and a suspended organ with its pipes highly decorated.
The contrast with Our Lady hit you straight away all its windows were stained glass casting a kaleidoscope of colour across the entire church which was amplified by the bright sunlight outside. It also had a decorated ceiling and pictures painted straight on to the columns. (We are not sure but we think the Cathedral is protestant but ...