Ibis Thionville Porte du Luxembourg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We all slotted around. Outside the cloud is all around so it was grey and and then went for a walk at lunch time. Tony and Matt went round the bar area. Hamish and I walked out from Clausen and found a lovely track in the forrest that borders the road. Lots of very pretty autumn colors.
The day started as usual. Checking if the outer tent is wet. It is. That's why tents have an outer layer.
We packed as usual at our beautiful spot and hit the road to catch up after the slow days behind.
We followed a couple of small streets and bike trails in the middle of nowhere. There were not a lot of trees or forest and we cycled up and down about a million little hills. ...
... get hot, just warm. There is barely any water pressure, so we skipped washing our hair. Otherwise it would take 14 days to get all of the shampoo out of our hair and I wouldn't be able to write this because I would be standing under the trickle of water trying to get the shampoo out. Anyways, we waste more water waiting for it to get warm than we actually do in the shower. The next place has WiFi so we are hoping that also equates with water pressure and warmer ...
... train. We asked someone where the train was going and they said Luxembourg, but we were still confused why there were no seats anywhere!! Last weekend when I went to Luxembourg it was a normal train with seats. Finally, some guy told us that in the last cart of the train it was only seats, so we walked the back of the train and finally found seats! Apparently we boarded a night train, I didn’t know that there was a night train to ...
... Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in DC.
We hiked over and saw the Three Towers, which was once part of the defensive structure for the city. We walked over a bridge and went to see the Bock casemates. The Bock casemates are a UNESCO World Heritage site. There're basically an immense underground military defense system that was carved into rock. They're sort of a maze of caves within a large rock/bridge where the military could look out of to see if invaders were coming and they ...