Ibis Thionville Porte du Luxembourg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I knew it I was in Luxembourg.
Funny thing, I think time has stopped in Luxembourg. It wasn't a parking lot. It was beautiful and everything I had ever imagined.
I know a golf course may seem a silly place to say thanks and some may think I am making light of my goal. But, I was . . . WAS . . . "somewhere in Luxenbourg" as I set out to be. And it was ...
... apparently rated as the most beautiful balcony in Europe (we didn't think it was anything special), and the other was the original wall of the city, again built in the 900s and not only still standing, but still in amazing condition. I think we were in Luxembourg for a total of like 4 or 5 hours, and we saw pretty much all of it. It was super strange. We grabbed a bite to eat, and drove to our hotel, which was in France (oops). When looking ...
... of it. One of the teachers helped us afterward when we came back on what we missed. Vince and I, after everything was completed for the day, walked around a lot. We wanted to see more of the surrounding towns and we saw some great paths and places while we were walking. We ran into our architecture friends and got food at a really good Italian place. I had the best pesto I have ever had. Of course my friends wanted to go to the bar so we did that (a place that was actually good ...
"A journey of a thousand miles must being with a single step." -Lao Tzu
This weekend was my first experience in a new country. Although small, Luxembourg was a great stepping stone for my travels as it provided a new and safe country to explore as a beginner in exploring Europe.
Luckily for me, a classmate and friend of mine, who lives near Luxembourg and knows Luxembourg City well, helped guide me around. ...
... and while in Australia, they will need some cat, and boat, sitters ... suffice to say, emails were swapped. The wine tasted was 100%25 C******nay grapes, and Brut ... there was one with no sugar added, so a natural champagne and one which smelled like a Sherry, but tasted like a Port ... odd, but nice. Two were bought ... a Manon, and a Louis - named after the owners two children. The establishment - Champagne Henry de Vaugency, has been in the same hands since ...