Mercure Thionville Centre
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We all slotted around. Outside the cloud is all around so it was grey and and then went for a walk at lunch time. Tony and Matt went round the bar area. Hamish and I walked out from Clausen and found a lovely track in the forrest that borders the road. Lots of very pretty autumn colors.
On our trips to Europe Kerrie often has the opportunity to increase her knowledge of history courtesy of Greg's passion for the subject. Over the years we have visited Pearl Harbour in Hawaii, the battlefields and cemeteries of the Somme, the Normandy Beaches from WW2, Gettysburg in USA and now it was time to learn about the Battle of the Bulge, the Maginot Line, find General George Patton's grave and discover what NUTS have to do with war.
We arrived in Thionville ...
And so it was time to travel to Luxembourg. We're here, we’re visiting all sorts of places so we may as well drop in on Luxembourg! Our hotel was right by the train station with a great view of the building. With only an evening to look around we get settled in then went out for a wander around. The walk into the city centre area was the usual European city with some cute elephant statues all around. There were some beautiful old buildings ...
Once again extremely hot as we arrive in Alsace Lorraine region of France, Today we visited Fort Hackenberg which is one of the remaining forts on the Maginot Line. We got a tour around the facility which is so big you take a miniature train through the tunnels ...
... finally emerges from the crowd! I was no longer alone :) The first thing we did was make sure we could all get back to Metz that night. All the reservations were taken on the latest train, but the agent said that we should be able just to hop on the train. It worried me a bit, but prayed for good luck. We left the train station behind and set off for Paris.
First, Olivia and Dalton wanted to go to the Catacombs. I didn't mind going again; and it would be more fun with ...