Mercure Thionville Centre
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... Luxembourg city, and 500,000 in the whole country. Most of the city centre is pedestrian access only, we find the tourist office, and book ourselves in for a guided walk around the city at 2pm. Wandering around town, there's a lot of upmarket shops, and Pete is intrigued by the demolition of a building on the edge of the city centre. Our walking guide, Heinz takes our group of 8: 3 Dutch people, 3 Chinese Canadians and us. He does rather labour the Luxembourg history, highlighting ...
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.
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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 ...
... Luxembourg city. I have added more picture of my house as well as some of our pet donkey, Jongo :)
Once we did a small guided tour through the city we moved on to the cemeteries for the German and American soldiers whom died during the World War II Battle of Bulge. For those of you who dont know, the battle ended with the German defeat and it was obvious of such a fact when you walk through the two different cemeteries. The American cemetery is very large and ...
... that walking down the huge ditch may be faster... but it wasnt. It was so far down, and I didnt realize until I was all the way down. Then we had to walk back up.. ugh. that was an adventure, and i dont have to wonder why my legs hurt the next day. So we went to the cathedral in Luxembourg and that was fun. What I found was interesting was that when we went to Mc Donalds, the lady automatically greeted us and asked what we wanted in ...