Ibis Luxembourg Sud
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that I could travel with and not want to run away from after the first week. We walked some more, and lots of up and down...it's like this city is trying to tell us off for having icecream for dinner by making us work it off. It's tiring. After a while walking around and seeing a middle age couple with a selfie stick (just ask people to take your photos guys!), we went and sat in a square in the center. It's so picturesque! It ...
... shouldn't affect her, than I don't know what is. Anyway. I'm fine now. My breath is back which is good because I was feeling quite light-headed there for a moment. And I'm currently hovering somewhere over some ocean or country going to a place I know nothing about! And people trust me on giving advice!! Ha! Will be back when I am on the ground again.. only so much you can write about when you're sitting in one spot for so long. ....and I'm ...
... to have a shower before the cleaning team arrived at 10.30am, locking everyone out of the facilities.
After catching up on the blog, we went for a wander to stretch our legs before sitting down to try and enjoy the afternoon sun reading and playing cards, in between the nasty cold turns.
With nothing much else to report for the day, other than beer drinking and dinner, it really was a perfect relax day – just missing a beach! ...
... gotten above freezing so the snow hasn't gotten any higher than a thick quilt.
On our first day, Karin, our wonderful landlady, picked us up at the airport and brought us home to a yummy home-cooked stew. Karin is also a vegetarian, so that simplifies our and her lives for the time we're here. At home, Bryn normally naps after lunch, but we decided that we'd all do our best to stay up until regular bedtimes in order to help get on the time zone. This proved ...
... was verrrry interesting. Built within four houses from the 18th century, the museum is a great mix of old and new! The history if Luxembourg is crossed with every major citizenship in Europe and so colorful. The museum was fun and interactive; so we spent a good bit of time there. Our last activity of the day was to walk the city walls to the casemates. The views from the city walls were Marvelous. It was so peaceful and serene. I can imagine ...