Mercure Esch sur Alzette
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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... on things to do and see. We toured the city on the hop on/off bus and a few places...and shopped for some essentials. I attended a networking lunch on the Friday with some local business people. The topic was motivation! I reckon I'm going to need a bit if this to get back into work mode when I get back!! Anke, Katharina and I then took a shelter dog for a walk through the fields. The equivalent of the pound has an incredible new building and a great set up to care for ...
... of our stay was a trip across the border to Germany and the old Roman town of Trier. Plenty here for the history enthusiast and a lovely town to boot. The Porta Nigra was something special rivalling anything we have seen in Rome. finished the day with a lovely meal overlooking the town and the Mosel river. Weather has now improved and blue skIes for our return trip North and ...
... our journey! It was a dry white wine with a drop of a special black cherry syrup from here in France. It was delicious! The rest of the school day consisted of lunch (where I had a creme bru le for dessert, yum!) and another class. From campus we took a bus to the Centre Pompidou-Metz. This is a museum that is a masterpiece of contemporary architecture and hosts the best of Modern and contemporary art. This ...
... they are only open from 2-4 most days. So this is not very accommodating. I could have gone yesterday but I would rather skip german since its an excused absence.
We were planning to take the 1:30 train to get there right at 2 to beat the rush. I had to turn in a paper to a prof who I didn’t think would be in his office, but to my surprise he was. It was 1:13 at this point and now he starts talking to me. Im trying to be polite and go with it. Finally he stops talking. I ...