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... recommend driving. Luxembourg City, the capitol, is actually kid of confusing and hard to find parking in. We managed, and then started walking around (with no map). When we did find a map, we learned that there's a river meandering it's way through the city, so we memorized it, and set off. It turns out that the river on the map is actually a tiny stream that you can barely even see. It's hilarious. We knew that we needed to find the center ...
... skittish, afraid of the unknown. There were no mature deer present to show them they had nothing to fear from people. Then again perhaps the mature deer had ended up in the restaurant….
We drove to the François’ house where we arrived a little before noon. Mr. and Mrs. François and their son were in good spirits and happy to see us. The couple is getting on in years and has several health issues, as well as the aches and pains that come ...
In the morning we bought pain au chocolate from the baker and hit the road. France is closed on a Sunday, I checked but it doesn't say that in the map book. We waited at McDonalds until 10:00 to buy coffee, only to discover that it doesn’t open at 10:00. A small cafe adjoined to an in-town supermarket came to the rescue, providing the much needed caffeine and additional food supplies for the next few days.
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... on the Luxembourg border).
Arlon is a small town with a small train station – therein lies the challenge – finding the ticket office and getting to the correct platform before the train leaves - - - success!!!
The next change was in Luxembourg where we had to find a bus to take us the rest of the way to Trier, Germany - - - success!! A wonderful Mercedes ...
... the train is to arrive and get next to the door for quick exit
3) Go to the bathroom anywhere but an Italian train…never, never have to go #2 in an Italian train!
4) Always ride first class if you can, it is hard to hover for two hours above your seat in second class and the windows are frosted with finger prints and YUCK!
5) Look for the conductor or anyone who looks willing to talk to you, never assume you entered the right ...