Novotel Luxembourg Centre
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... for. Turns out that Luxembourg actually translates to Little Fort. Who would have known?? It was a great tour though, and I will remember to bring my jumper on the next one! We were all so tired by the time the tour finished that we went and crashed at the hostel after our showers and had some cheap food. I think we are going out for a drink tonight, and I will be keeping it at just that. A. Drink. Lisa ...
... second bottle of wine because we didn't like that one. We only liked the good one. He, being Jordan...the guy we met on the tour. A lovely, crazy, not-shy-at-all, slightly tipsy guy who loves to sing. Our whole night was spent singing and talking about the people around us, until two lovely Americans joined us. Gus and Alex from Seattle. I asked them to take our photo to start with, which is how we ended up talking to them but we ...
... dinner. Mind you we worked for it! Between two of us we only just managed to scrape together enough French to get us a triple scoop each. What? That's the same as a main course. It was so good though..maybe not your usual healthy dinner but as far as stories go, this afternoon is creeping further up my list. And to top it off, I guess I will tell you what we are doing now... Eating plain cous cous because...turns out! Icecream isn't a meal... Lisa ...
... but I will work with what I have. The chateau aka school aka castle has good internet I hear. I will be spending a lot of time there and most likely putting off homework and will be updating this. Also my skype is emilymu2012 if you want to see my gorgeous face haha Anywaysssss, I seem to be rambling….
I have finally arrived in Luxembourg, after a 1hr flight to Chicago, a 6hr layover in Chicago, an 8hr ...
... is still possible to see the obvious signs of war by the many craters. Now eerily quite the huge Fort was of strategic and moral importance to the French during the war. It changed hands a couple of times during the war at a great human cost. After the fort we drove 2 km to a huge memorial containing the bodies of about 15 000 soldiers.
Leaving Verdun it was only a 40 minute drive ...