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Spent last night in Luxembourg. We didn't get to see too much of the place. By the time we found our hotel (the GPS got all confused because of the new roads around the hotel), and settled in, neither of us felt inclined to do any sightseeing. So we opted for a casual stroll
around the city when we went in for dinner. Not quite what we were < …
... were pretty cool there were tunnels all around the baths.
We then made our way back to town and got some lunch and then did a tour in English. This
Was good. We learnt a lot more information about the city formation, Napoleon and the power of the town.
After this we went and got dinner. Bratwurst on a roll with tomato sauce, mustard and onions. It was ...
... out the bathrooms and they were pretty filthy. It smelt like sauerkraut. Not very pleasing.
We thought we would explore the town. We checked out the Black gate and then the DOM and lady of our church. It was nice.
After this we went for dinner and went to the potato house. I got the potato gratin with ham and mushroom, and Maggie got the salad.
Then we went to bed… the hostel ...
... and had gathered around the palace gates.
Reflecting its location bordering Germany, France and Belgium, Luxembourg is a trilingual country and we were pleased to hear the familiar words and intonations of French being spoken as soon as we arrived.
Its UNESCO listed Old Town, or Grund as it is known, which we first spotted when entering the town by train, is a real surprise due to its unusual setting in the ...
... behind me. Jacqui (Jackie) goes to Duke and just finished a study abroad trip to Greece and is visiting family friends in Brussels. I am so glad I sat there in the front otherwise it could have been a long day trip as many of the people were old Americans and Spanish folk. It was fun hanging out and talking to someone who goes to a school nearby UF and I can talk basketball! We stuck together because, well, we are American. We stopped at a "gas station" or more like mini ...