La Table De Bruno
Travel Blogs from Thionville
... decker tour and that didn't help. However, we happen to meet another family from MN and they suggested the Casements, an enormous underground military defense system of tunnels - starting in 1644. It was over 14 miles worth of tunnels with many openings for cannons. Very narrow stairs and hallways and also a few very large rooms. It was dark and kinda creepy. Overall, in case of an attack, it could hold ...
... meadows full of cows. So what it this smell? Cowshit!(and that’s no ********) I am sure the
locals don’t notice it anymore.
An interesting thing happened in Belgium this afternoon;
hence the title of this page”
Botox in Belgium” or it may well have been:
“Is a stiff upper lip just for the British?”
We had stopped just outside the small village of Stavelot
... forces northward, counterattacking the southern German flank and the town was not taken by the Germans. The town of Bastogne has honoured the Americans by calling the town's central square McAuliffe Square and placing a Sherman tank, that was part of the action, on display with a statue of McAuliffe. We had lunch in a restaurant called Le Nuts overlooking this historical site.
We then rode on to Lille for the night before crossing over to England the following morning.
... tracks. Scaling our way back up the stone steps to the city above, raindrops started falling and not having an umbrella, we decided to head back to the camp site – which we reached just in time before the real downpour started!
At least we had time to stop for bit for dinner and beers, so we were able to settle in for our last night in Luxembourg, again finding ourselves in the summer rain – and we thought NZ summers were ...
... a reasonable temperature 29° at 11pm! We checked the weather forecast and it is set to be hot dry and sunny for the next 10 days. We know it can always change, but we hear the weather in UK is hot and set to last too, so we are hopeful. Isi put a load of washing in the machine and typed up today’s blog before going to bed; John proof reads it, adding bits and trying to spot any mistakes before he retired for the night.
We have a busy day ...