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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... of the other stations. Bike were good quality. Nice soft seats and good gears.
We did a 25km cycle down the Moselle, crossing over to the German side at Grevenmacher and back to Luxembourg at Remich. The cycle path was mostly away from the road and often between the vineyards , beautiful countryside . Matt and I couldn't keep up with Hamish who is a fit wee thing.
... country and it
would have been really great to stay longer. It was a 45 minute coach ride from
Remich to Luxembourg. There is a place they call the best balcony in Europe, it
is not a balcony as such but part of the old wall, overlooking part of the
town. As it was May Day, Luxembourg had a very festive & carnival type
atmosphere. It was great.
This cruise is giving us a taste of so many places, several
of which I would love to re-visit one day.
... out - including some Group B rally cars. They were pretty awesome to see! We soon headed off to secure our spot to watch the rally. The corner we picked was pretty good, it had a nice 360 degree turn plus a tough chicane through concrete barriers either side and then an uphill portion out of the turn.It was freezing cold, but thankfully we had packed layers for the day :-). The first cars began rolling through at 10.06am.
We didn't see ...
So as you may have realized, we couldn't get train tickets to Vienna so we're in Luxembourg for the weekend! To start off this past weekend was the craziest weekend of my life. I can't even began to explain everything we've encountered and felt during the past 72 hours.
On friday night we left for Luxembourg, which was about an hour train ride from Metz. We printed out maps and directions of how to get to our hostel. However, when we arrived ...