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This morning after breakfast we left the ship on the MOSELL River and were bussed about 45 miles to the LUXEMBOURG AMERICAN MEMORIAL CEMETERY.
Near Luxembourg is the ARDENNES FOREST,the scene of one of the bloodiest battles
of World War Two, the battle of the Bulge. This battle occurred with a. Ill ion plus soldiers on each side facing off, with Americans, Brits, French, Poles, Canadians and other allies facing the Germans, who ...
... the four hours from Amsterdam to Berdorf, Luxembourg. Unfortunately it was a bit of an extended trip since Marieke's GPS kept telling me to get off the freeway during my turn to drive. Marieke said to ignore it, and we ignored it one too many times...oops.
When we finally arrived in Berdorf we got all our gear set up and crashed for the night. I was definitely the group charity case, being provided a tent, sleeping ...
... cycling, Roger Federer, the Tour de France, and laughed and laughed, probably to the annoyance of the other reserved patrons. We exchanged selfies and au revoirs and went our separate ways fonder of one another's countries (I like to think) just by virtue of a casual conversation.
I will always remember this day with gratitude for all my good fortune.
... will do the rest of the convincing for me.
PRAISE GOD for another amazing opportunity. And thank you all for reading. I am so humbled by you all keeping up with this cray-cray life that I live and just want you all to know how much I appreciate all of you. GOD IS GOOD and may He continue to bless all of you and bring you the joy and peace that I am finding in His beautiful creation everyday.
... demolished back in 1820 and it lay in ruins pretty much until 1977, when it was rebuilt virtually from the ground up. A 3D model was constructed by archaeologists from assessing the remaining ruins, archived material, and aerial photographs of how it had been and then painstakingly project managing its restoration to its former glory.
Vianden itself is a charming place, straddling the river, small narrow streets and a ...