Mercure Kikuoka Golf Club
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Enjoyed the location. Internet not good and staff do not speak English.
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Trier is just lovely. 1 hour train trip from Luxembourg. The old city is just across from the train station. We started at Porta Negra, the only remaining gate to the city. It is an imposing structure. We late Breakfast a Bagel sisters. Relaxing atmosphere with wooden tables and chairs and a view over the garden courtyard. We walked through the Haptmarket, which has a lovely mix of buildings from different periods.
We took the bus out to Consdorf where we had the idea of walking to Mullerthal. Started off in Consdorf at camp ground and Matt played on the soccer pitch, then somehow managed to get on the wrong trail, and then took a few wrong turns and ended up in a neighboring town. Trail was lovely and we saw some cool rock formations. Walked a good 15 kms, All flat ...
... natural. We strolled through the empty city streets for a few hours, and came across the Grand Ducal Palace, guarded by a lone man with a very large gun. After keeping an eye on the time, we decided to head back to the railway station and use the bathroom (like a boy scout, one must always be prepared). Now I know the main economy of the Duchy of Luxembourg- gouging tourists to use the railway bathroom. Most of the toilets I’ve used in Belgium have been ...
... a wide range of concerts. The best ones are sold out (to subscribers) fast though.
If you scroll though my picture collection you will not only get some impressions on what Luxembourg offers but also how artistic I used the time in town myself (yes, arts is infectious).
I met with people to publicly scetch scenes and passengers.
Luxembourg is a banking location. These have some collections too. I am showing you some pics thereof too.
... with witches hats.
After the giant, I pushed us along to find the fairytale tableaux. These tableaux each have their own building, many of which are designed to look like miniature castles. Each tableau has an audio retelling of the fairytale it portrays, but the retellings are in French, German, and Luxembourgish. Still, the kids were fascinated with the tableaux, some of which had moving parts while others had ...