Nells Park Hotel
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... the car. Anyway, we got ourselves a hotel right next to the Porta Negra last night and aside from some rowdies at 4 AM this morning, all was good. We awoke to fog and after a nice German breakfast, we decided to head south to Strasburg.
As I write, we are in a hotel in Lahr and the wifi is so good that I am also going to post today's trip and pics. So stand by for some more (if you can stand it).
MJ and Mike
We were lucky enough to have 2 days rest in Trier, where I was able to meet the rest of Paul's family and also check out the very pretty area of the world in which he grew up.
I say we had 2 days of rest - on Friday, we spent the afternoon keeping track of 17 hyper active 8 year olds. They were relentless! I thought cycling to Trier was fairly tiring, but a day with those little terrors was enough to make me sleep for days. That being said, it was a wonderful little ...
... 50,000 people about 2000 years ago. We visited a Roman ampitheater that held shows of gladiators fighting to death with one another
or with a bear or lion or a wild boar. It is hard for me to imagine watching this entertainment
Until someone was dead. This outdoor theater held 20,000 attendees, two tunnels for watchers to access the stadium, a room for the wild animals, ...
... built the church with family money along with the money they collected from church goers. And it seemed that at times there was some competition of sorts on who built the grandest or tallest. and the daughters were married of, or became nuns. We also see an interesting house with Moorish influence, which front door was in the second floor, no one could figure out whether during that time the house had wooden staircase, or ropes ladders. Total steps walked today 9,337 or 4.3 ...
... crosses is an awe-inspiring activity) we headed over hill and over dale (most of Luxembourg is nothing BUT hill and dale) to Diekirch, home of the National Museum of Military History (NMMH).
While the NMMH covers Luxembourg's contribution to other conflicts (like Korean and United Nations actions), its primary focus is WWII and the Battle of the Bulge, as Luxembourg was neck-deep in that part of the war. Our tour guide ...