- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for. Turns out that Luxembourg actually translates to Little Fort. Who would have known?? It was a great tour though, and I will remember to bring my jumper on the next one! We were all so tired by the time the tour finished that we went and crashed at the hostel after our showers and had some cheap food. I think we are going out for a drink tonight, and I will be keeping it at just that. A. Drink. Lisa ...
... the wine...that went in the locker. It was the most important. We wandered along a little path then, that overlooked the most gorgeous little river and row of houses. I'd say it's one of the most stunning views in the city, along side one further in the center. We talked about travel and all the places Claire has been (which is about four times as many as me!). It's amazing how similar we are! She seems to be one of few people on ...
... maybe it was the idea of not making it home. But it freaked me right out. To the point where I was noticeably shakey getting on the plane, noticeably tense while we took off and definitely freaked out when we did a U-turn. Even though I know well that it is the only way a plane can turn and it wad at a normal angle. I spoke to the plane. I asked it to get me to Luxembourg safely. If they aren't signs of a nomad freaked out of her wits over ...
... number 5 bus into the city center. Its actually rather a nice city, quite clean and modern in the commercial area, lots of squares filled with open air restaurants and bars. We saw the palace and the parliament buildings, watched the loan guard patrolling the front gates and headed into the old part of town, basically an imposing fortress built apon a rocky outcrop with tunnels and caverns beneath, not ...
... because we couldn't find them in stores in January when we purchasing our rain gear). As it started out as sprinkles, we just kept walking and looking for the museum. Then the rain got harder. I put up our one umbrella and picked up Bryn; Joe and Sage put up their hoods. The rain got harder. At this point, we'd reached the end of the street, and there was no miniature train. We decided to abandon the search ...