Le Petit Poete
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Fascinating to see how quickly the town of Luxembourg ends and countryside begins. Yet you are crossing upmarket residential areas of close commuters.
We made a 2-day bike trip from Luxembourg to Echternach. To get there we took the National Cycle Routes 2 to Mertert, then hilly 4 to Mosel river, 1 km downstream the Mosel and then upstream …
... zoomed in, . . . zoomed in . . . zoomed in . . . squinted. . . and . . .
A GOLF COURSE?
Luxembourg has a muni?????
But wait . . . there's more.
I zoom in further and see that "Golf Gaichel" has a link. Let's check it out. So I did and this is what I saw. Pull this sight up on a computer ...
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.
There is a ...
... loud and proud in his Brisbane, Queensland designer Camp David shirt ... a coincidence? That night, after managing not to be booked for over parking (the Luxembourgers have the nicest and friendly parking attendants) we headed away, and stayed in Echternach. 21st August We awoke this morning, from our first night in Luxembourg ... the Country not the city, and it felt like we were back in week 1 in the camper. It was coldy, coldy, cold ... in the words of Lindsay. ...
... to stay. But, we couldn’t have been luckier with our timing as we had arrived in Sankt Goar just 10mins before the cruise was to depart, which we took as a good omen, and decided to hop aboard.
In reality the cruise itself turned out not to be 3 hours long. It departed 20 mins late, and then headed down river to a place called Boppard, where it stopped for us all to get off for ½ hour. Not that I am complaining at all, Boppard was a beautiful little ...