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... the answer? We did not know. What was apparent to us, so clearly, that if things did not change we would need a bigger bike! We visited one market where there more variety’s of cheese than potholes in a Mozambique highway. It was all delicious. However, Germany was a mere 100 kilometers away and our possible salvation from becoming very French.
We will definitely return to France as we have only tasted the delights and have not had the chance to immerse!
I followed Ellie, Chelsy and some other people to a café where we got some lunch. Ellie ordered us the wrong thing in French, so I had to eat some weird type of ham (I’m not a roast beef fan). The whole French thing is hard, but it’s been fun learning. After rushing to finish lunch we got lost trying to find the bus. On the bright side we were one time and not the last ones to arrive ...
... we were being plagued by flies and not at all nice. At one stage there were so many we thought they must be coming from something on board that had gone off, but on searching they weren’t. They were everywhere outside too, so Isi brought out the netting and sewing machine and started to make the nets for the hatches (we have had that material for a long time) and made a curtain for the door to try and stop them coming in, John did the initial ...
... away then meet back in differange for drinks at a place we call Das Boot which they serve beer in glass boots (which you can see in our pictures) but it is also my schools hang out in the past (miami university basically takes over this bar and it is not really called Das boot but no one knows how to pronounce the real name) so everyone gathers there after class before heading home but since it is our integration weekend people are ...
We liked the idea of going to Luxembourg as we were so close to it because it is such a small country squished in between Germany, France and Belgium. If we were visiting them, why not here!?! It was always going to be a short stop because we had read that it was expensive, more so than its neighbours, and affordable accommodation ...
Other places to stay in Thionville
2 Rue Georges-Ditsch, Thionville | 3 star hotelfrom $83
69, Blvd du Marechal Foch, Thionville | Hotelfrom $66
1 Rue du Four Banal, Thionville | 2 star hotelfrom $69
6 Place Du Luxembourg, Thionville | Hotelfrom $66
10 Place de la Republique, Thionville | Hotelfrom $70
63 Avenue Comte De Bertier, Thionville | Hotelfrom $79
50 route du Creve-Coeur, Thionville | 3 star hotelfrom $141
96 route de Buchel, Thionville | 3 star hotelfrom $77