Mercure Thionville Centre
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Heading north to The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
country dwarfed between its neighbours France, Germany and
Belgium. City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city &
highlight all the attractions and point of interest along the ...
... our hotel. In order to save on money we found a place about 20km outside city center. That's really not very far in general terms. BUT in Luxembourg terms it is. 20km outside of Luxembourg City is in France. In case you were wondering. So I am currently, accidentally, in France. It has been a strange day full of lots of laughs and eye opening experiences on how an entire country can be so extremely small. Tomorrow we are headed back to Germany. And not to just anywhere... To the Black ...
Apparently everyone in Luxembourg (or at least Dudelange) has their own washer and dryer because, according to the hotel desk clerk, there is no laundromat in Dudelange. Really? We thought he wanted us to wait for Monday and use the hotel laundry service. Those prices?? I don't think so.
Happily, YELP works just fine here, and Ron found a laundromat a few miles over the border in Thionville, France. So maybe Dudelangers ARE ...
... didn't find until after we'd eaten, a moving sidewalk, and a grocery store. It also had an interesting exhibit of reptiles. Sage's favorite was the chameleon, which Bryn insisted was Pascal (seen Tangled lately?). I liked the bearded dragons, and Bryn just liked running around the display cases.
We killed a lot of time at the mall, and then ventured forth again to ZigZag, the indoor playground. For children Bryn and Sage's age, there was ...
... and we took off to find somewhere nice for our lunch. We didn’t have to go too far and settled down in Baluardo La Liberta (not far from Porta Elisa) at one of the wooden picnic benches that was free…we opened a large blanket onto the table and placed all the tit-bits we had brought and settled down to a lovely lunch in the fresh air and warm sun…perfect!!!
We had nearly finished when Mary noticed Michelle, Paul and Atticus walking on La Mura, so ...