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... with livestock. We felt like Indiana Jones!! After our exploring of tunnels, we found an old shopping area with pretty buildings. We ate a couple bars of delicious Belgium chocolate and gyros for dinner. Going to bed early. Weather has been warm but not too bad. It sprinkled out a little today but so far no bad weather (knock on wood) Tomorrow we go to Brussels, Belgium for two nights. Hope all is good in ...
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the inside of my upper lip. Ouch that hurt! but what followed was worse. My lip
started to swell up like it wanted to compete in the annual lip singing competitions
of Mozambique. So for today and tomorrow it looks like I have had a Botox
treatment gone wrong. One consolation though- it is temporary; I have seen
people with permanent fixtures like this.
Anyway I hope you will enjoy the blog-
... large part of the urban area would of been damaged. Despite the 16 year of dismantling, during both world wars the remaining Bock casements and "Petruse Valley' in front had the capacity to protect 35,000 people, so I dare say after walking up and down several long spiral staircases and going through the long, long passages with all the galleries that remain and the Valley outside I was ready for a sit down after..lol. It was a very impressive place to explore and the work gone ...
... of the Bulge in WWII. I guess I also knew it as a banking center / tax haven, but didn't know that it is the richest primarily French speaking city in the world. They also all speak German, English and some speak Luembourgish, a distinct Germanic language of its own. However, about 33 to 40% of the populace is foreign-born.
Luxembourg City is kind of awesome. It has a fairy tale quality to it, although there ...
... a definite advantage on declaring neutrality when hostilities are around you - no bomb damage here! The population of 100,000 swells each day to 250,000 as workers come in from surrounding town (if you can call high flying financiers and translators "workers"). The locals are tri-lingual (German, french and English are taught in school) and yes, some info on the street is written in English!! It is a ...