La Grange de Conde
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Traveling with us is BRUCE AND JAN BENDER from Denver. Friends of Chuck and Yvonne.
bruce had an Uncle whom he never met who died in this Battle of the Bulge. Well, Bruce located that Uncle, Charles Bender, which added to the emotional high. The six of us visited his cross marked grave.
Finally, we learned that the brilliant General GEORGE PATTON, who led the Allies in this
Battle, was also buried in ...
Time to check my gear for the Iceland-Trip this summer. Because all of it is either brand new (like the trekking poles), or I haven't use it for years (the hiking boots). And I borrowed an Olympus OM-D E-10 camera. I really would love to buy I new camera, my old Canon EOS D400 just seems a little bit old and I think the OM-D E-10 is a really good travel camera. It was the first time I played ...
... country and it
would have been really great to stay longer. It was a 45 minute coach ride from
Remich to Luxembourg. There is a place they call the best balcony in Europe, it
is not a balcony as such but part of the old wall, overlooking part of the
town. As it was May Day, Luxembourg had a very festive & carnival type
atmosphere. It was great.
This cruise is giving us a taste of so many places, several
of which I would love to re-visit one day.
I'm wearing a long sleeve wine colored dress, black tights and black booties. Alexandre, Courtney and I just finished an amazing fondue dinner (SO MUCH CHEESE!), had a couple glasses of wine and are on our way home. It's around 1am, so the streets are quiet, the St. Epvre Cathedral ghostly towers over the main plaza and the carnival lights are turned off. The stars are beautiful and although there is a light wind, the weather is relatively pleasant. There ...
... Revolutionary Wars, the city held out against the French siege for seven months.
There is also a huge monument in the main square to pay respect to all who fought in the Second World War and to replace the original historical monument that Nazi Germany bombed and destroyed in the 1940's.
I had no idea of the long and complicated history of Luxembourg.