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Heading north to The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
country dwarfed between its neighbours France, Germany and
Belgium. City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city &
highlight all the attractions and point of interest along the ...
Luxembourg is a tiny country. Erika really wanted to go there because it was within our driving range and because of its size. So we went! We left Bruges this morning and entire west before turning south to Luxembourg City. Why, you might ask? Well, we found out that if we went west for about twenty minutes we would arrive at the east siege of the Atlantic Ocean! And if you are that close, you might as well go check it out. S we drove to the Atlantic to have breakfast in the beach. The ...
... architecturally about the bunker. Finally, we got to go to a vineyard and learn all about how white wine is made and we got to go wine tasting. Surprisingly I found out that out of the 4 samples I tried I liked dry wine the best. Probably because it tastes the least like alcohol to me. So I bought a bottle of really good wine for pretty cheap, only 6 euros which is about $8.
I can't wait to go out on my own and explore some more of Luxembourg and the surrounding countries.
... beautiful yellow and gold hue to the streets and the parks, and we marched around taking photographs and trying desperately to avoid the crowds of Chinese and Russian tourists. For some reason, there were an awful lot of Russians in the city and a couple on our train, and by the time we came across the group of them, I was so unfazed at hearing "Davai, davai" and “Alyosha, poidyom!” that I had to do a double-take whenever I heard it. It seemed ...
... before have taken Luxembourg as their home and gave us the very best local tour, with fascinating history, both personal and national of the place. We are eternally grateful! :-) It wasn't supposed to be much of a long drive today, but 175 miles again took its toll and we were exhausted by the time we rolled in to our campsite. As its our last night, we decided to ask if there was a cabin going spare ...