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... and we visited his grave.
This visit is surely a high point of our trip. We all prayed for these soldiers as we also prayed that never again does such a encounter happen.
We then drove to the old town of Luxembourg, enjoyed an elegant lunch and shopping with
a huge crowd of people, all enjoying a sunny Sunday.
As usual we returned to the ship for cocktails and a sauerbratton dinner
... We rushed back to the town centre, but had obviously missed the shuttle as it was no where to be seen. Instead we decided to have dinner in Remich. Since we had found out today that Germany was on the other side of the river, and Remich had a bridge, we thought how better to enjoy Europe than to have dinner in a different country! So we crossed the bridge and got Turkish kebabs for dinner. After eating we thought we would head to one of the other wineries ...
... like spending time with, someone they can trust and someone who treats them well.
Then why does it so often not work out and how can you spot maybe a little bit sooner that it is not meant to be? Reading the below might make you think about your own stories and hopefully in the future you can walk away more easily from a person or a relationship that is not good for you, to find the relationship and the person that fulfills you with happiness and with whom you would like to ...
... 10% - the rest were dismantled in 1800's. From there we crossed back to the Palace and then the Courts - there is a lift that takes people down to the Grund. The part of the city that's lower in the valley of this rock. There the quaint houses and the rocky facade makes it postcard perfect. You can see the fortress and the areas they used to keep the infantry and their weapons. The houses are punched into the rock and still are homes to many. We decided to take the lift back up ...
... all fluent in many different languages. Clara speaks French, German and English. I was so happy that she could speak English well because we were so much alike and had lots of things to talk about. We passed an H&M while we were walking around and I found out that we both really liked shopping there. It was a lot of little things like that, but it was amazing to me that we could grow up on different continents ...