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... dug to protect themselves. It was easy to picture the scene since we had watched some WWII movies and documentaries at home.
We drove through Parkers Crossroads, and on to Malmedy. We stood at the edge of Malmedy looking across the road to the field where 84 American prisoners of war were executed by Germans soldiers.
One of the reasons Steve was so interested in going on this trip was because his uncle, Dave Zylstra fought in ...
... the same level of climber. The separate days have mostly blended together in my head at this point, so here is a list of highlights:
-Lead-climbing a 5b route (American equivalent 5.8) after having a near panic-attack between two bolts near the top
-Successfully entering a gorgeous climbing shop in Luxembourg city without spending any money
-Teaching Charlotte (a French native who recently moved to Amsterdam) what being ...
... of Luxembourg City. Again, Brussels isn't brilliant for traffic and there's a real bottleneck just outside at a tunnel where we had a slow passage but traffic the other way was solid for km after km.
The first and last bits are always the most stressful, getting out onto the motorway or main road then the final approach to the site, the guide book descriptions are often very helpful in addition to Tom Tom's directions (you know we have Air ...
... must end, and so did my visit to my native country. Getting onto the plane was pretty weird - traveling halfway to Russia and still feeling like you're "going home". Hearing some familiar (though unintelligible) Russian on the plane, and Latvian on the mini-bus.
Minus ten did suddenly feel very cold, though! So I had to dig my new gloves out of my luggage. I'll tell you all about my daily commute through the snow in my next blog, as promised!
... we might be going around the main square. We kept not finding it. Or so we thought... We found a big city center map and as we tried to figure out where we were, we realized we had seen everything on the map. In reality, Luxembourg is just so small that we had actually explored the entire historic city without realizing it. Surprise! We had seen the Cathedral of Notre Dam, the palace, the city center square, and the castle ruins. Go team. The day only got more hilarious when we went to ...