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... Luxembourg, we were able to see more of the countryside of Germany. Beautiful rolling hills with cows, wheat and little towns along the way. Celia and John are reading. Not many Americans on this trip. Mostly other Europeans. We were warned we would see a lot of people using selfie sticks with their phones to take photos but hardly any so far. Our first impressions of Luxembourg were mediocre. We took ...
... meadows full of cows. So what it this smell? Cowshit!(and that’s no ********) I am sure the
locals don’t notice it anymore.
An interesting thing happened in Belgium this afternoon;
hence the title of this page”
Botox in Belgium” or it may well have been:
“Is a stiff upper lip just for the British?”
We had stopped just outside the small village of Stavelot
We had decided that we had spent enough time around Brussels, so would get an early morning trip to Luxembourg. We awoke for plenty of time for the 25 minute walk to the coach station. To keep the anxiety down we even checked it out the night before. However, on turning the corner onto the directed street, we were filled with dread as we could see the bus. After walking down the street for about 10 minutes we found a helpful bus driver that redirected us. Turns out google ...
... of the older parts where castle walls and fortifications could still be seen. The city was definitely old, but from where did it originate? Curiosity finally got the better of us and we had to look it up and find out more about this little country.
As it turns out, Luxembourg's history goes much further back than its modern border states. It was once a Roman fortification valued for its location and then continually conquered by the Dutch, ...
1 August 2013
Rothenburg ob den Tauber
A long and hot,nearly 700 km ride from Munich to Luxembourg. Not much to tell about except…
Radio Luxembourg, the first commercial and most powerful radio of Europe is still in the air. The forerunner of the first pirate radio stations and later the commercial stations started in 1933 and broadcasted into Europe in the English language...
As you ...