Mercure Esch sur Alzette
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... country, without google it would have been impossible to tell otherwise. We are looking forward to seeing Belgium and the excitement of a new country has kicked in, making saying goodbye to France a little easier. The country was so beautiful and we really loved it here. It was nice to explore a place I have read so much about, and dreamed so much of going to. The simple pleasures of buying croissant for breakfast, and the more magnificent, like seeing ...
... or a duchess). Luxembourg is one of the world's most developed countries, with an advanced economy and the world's second highest GDP per capita.
BUT before we left France, we had to nice little detour to Champagne! We had a stop in Epernay, and along the Avenue de Champagne, a stop at Moet & Chandon, one of the finest houses that produces a little bubbly. Oui; the ancient caves dug out of limestone and chalk are 18 ...
... us, one minute it seems to be French and around the next corner it would be German.
From here the quickest route to our next stop was to drive over the Sure River, into Germany, cutting off a corner of Luxembourg and arriving in Vianden. As we entered Vianden we could just see the medieval castle looming over the town, framed by forest and shrouded in mist. Imagine a children's fairytale with princes and princesses and your pretty much there. ...
... 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 ...