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... hill where the audience would watch shows. This was cool. We read there was a vomitorium. Not a place to vomit but a place for the crows to spew into their seats and out of the arena.
After this we went to the Basilica. It is under construction as they are installing a new organ and unfortunately you can only see it from the outside. From here we walked to the baths.
... it became 3 trains a bus and a 3.5 hour trip. YAY… Not.
We got to the hostel and the lady at reception was pretty blunt and not helpful. It made us not feel good about the place. As we couldn't check in we went and got some lunch. It was very salty and the gravy tasted like salty gravox. Not the best thing to have.
We then checked in. carried out bag up a lot of stairs and went to our room. ...
... 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 ...
Enroute to Vianden, we stopped for a glass of Diekirch in the town that gives its name to the beer. The whole trip had been conceived from the Hairy Bikers episode set in this riverside town, overlooked by a lofty castle. It is a beautiful town set in a steep sided valley. 'Hotel Petry' was our base for two nights and the staff were very biker friendly. Our host said I could put the Road King in their garage and described ...