Hotel de l'Ecluse
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After a lunch of bottled water and madeleines by a stream, I pressed on, just turning down roads as they appeared, climbing ascents to see what was on top. (Note to self: Luxembourg is one hilly country. What it lacks in acreage it makes up for in vertical feet. Thankfully, the bike had a granny gear.), rolling into charming little towns and exchanging "Bonjours."
... and reject the implication that equal measures of courage are required for each, but reckless does seem an apt adjective for either endeavor.
As far as history is concerned, the simple truth is that times change. Look at these pictures near Omaha beach from identical points of view separated by 70 years in time:
... I'm cruising along like Dumbo on an under inflated rear tire with a portmanteau on my back and time is running out. It's 8:20 and Francois is waiting at the shop where I was to meet him.I'm lost in downtown Mayeux where traffic is looney, and the train leaves at 8:39. I corner some poor woman who must have been terrified of the guy soaking wet with a bike tube looped around his neck (in a classic Parisian knot, I might add) and she points me to ...
... were built. You would think it would have been secure but it was taken by the French in the 15th century.
Over the next 400 years, nearly every European country occupied it at some point, the French, Spanish, Austrians and of course, in the Great War, the Germans. Each added to the fortifications and to the underground tunnels which ran under the city. By the Second World War, the tunnels ran to 40 metres below the city ...
... slides, sand, climbing walls, merry-go-rounds, swings, and two zip-lines. There is a pavilion near the pond that serves food. I've already made plans to go back to the park when it is warmer.
There were already some other English speaking mothers there; I say mothers because none of the children present were old enough to speak. Still, we introduced ourselves, and everyone talked for a little while. Then the kids started to play. Their favorite ...