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Boys Trip: Leave Brussels after breakfast and drive an hour to Eban-Emael (near Liege). This was the site of the Belgian frontier fort that was captured by the Germans in 1940. Extremely well preserved and an excellent guided tour. Then we drove through to the Ardennes 1944 Museum just outside Bastogne. The museum contained some nice exhibits and …
We had a delicious breakfast before boarding the bus at 8 am. We drove to Bastogne to pick up Henri, our guide for the day. Henri pointed out a few important buildings in the town on our way to the Bastogne Barracks Museum. At the museum, our two veterans were each honored with a plaque. The museum has been collecting pictures of veterans that visit - they have a room where all of them are displayed. We saw a room set up like it was ...
... means in English - Yes, that is where this lovely blog title comes from as well
-Cooking absurd amounts of eggs for the group at large
-Building a barbecue over the campfire
-Discussing the use of Tinder with Ken, my 52 year old American counterpart in the group
-Seeing so many people do so many cool things up on the rock
-Spending four days out in nature with the most fun, eclectic group of people I have ever met.
... off and took some pictures. The town below looked quaint and we were pleased with our decision to come here.
-Viaden did not disappoint. We got checked in and got some pizza and fuel and went out for a stroll. We found a path up the hillside that followed old castle fortifications and offered great views of the castle across the valley and the town below. It was stunning.
... heading back to the town for lunch. Over the years, many foreigners have settled in the country, drawn first by the riches of the steel industry and later the financial services boom. The end result is that over a third of Luxembourg's population are of foreign origin, with the Portuguese community forming the largest minority group. This ethnic mix was clear to see at the restaurant we had lunch - we might as well have been somewhere on ...