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... and salsa were quite a difference from our Chi Chi's.
The kids played chess while eating a delicious lava cake. Yum!
Luxembourg City lies on the southern part of the Luxembourg ...
... 40 minutes in traffic I was finally onto a fast moving motorway. It was extremely busy but at least it was moving.
As per normal the standard of driving here in Holland is extremely good and just about every driver obeys the speed limit and seems to drive with duel care and attention. A massive difference from what I was driving through this time last month in Tibet, China!!
Finally away from the big city and busy roads of Amsterdam the traffic gets less by the ...
... to participate in one of the guided tours from the Tourist Office. Two highly interesting walking hours that tell you the history and whereabouts in a nutshell.
As many European towns, Luxembourg is much more hospitable during late spring and summer. autumn winter can be very rainy and misty. Shops usually close at 6pm. Offers (clothing, jewellry but also food) have the tendency to be upmarket.
... 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.
... casemates was the lighting. There were purple, blue, and pink lights in the floor, so that she could stand on them when we found them. Her least favorite parts were the twisty stairways. Bryn has had enough of twisty stairways after Notre Dame’s Towers. Sage really enjoyed following the twists and turns of the tunnels. He even wanted to continue exploring when we came to the posted End. ...