Novotel Luxembourg Centre
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... Luxembourg city, and 500,000 in the whole country. Most of the city centre is pedestrian access only, we find the tourist office, and book ourselves in for a guided walk around the city at 2pm. Wandering around town, there's a lot of upmarket shops, and Pete is intrigued by the demolition of a building on the edge of the city centre. Our walking guide, Heinz takes our group of 8: 3 Dutch people, 3 Chinese Canadians and us. He does rather labour the Luxembourg history, highlighting ...
... new modern area of large glass buildings of the European Union.
We spent two days wandering around going on tour buses and a little tour train. I liked the old area best with the old buildings, though the castle area had been raised to the ground over twenty times in the past due to wars and ...
... rolled over and went back to sleep.
When I got to the train station a few hours later, I was ready to cut that half day down to a 90 minute idle wander. It was wet, it was cold, and the train was full of screaming school children who were interrupting my efforts to take a nap. I spent the first hour with my head down on the table trying to shut the world out.
Somewhere along the way my head started to clear. By the time I arrived I was ...
I would just like to say that I have been moved today. I woke up to Graziella's adorable but piercing voice calling Quinto from the basement, no doubt talking about the wonderful meal, "Gnocchi", that they were making especially for me to give me a taste of their Italian roots. I walked downstairs and had some breakfast with her, and immediately we started gossiping about plans for ...
... Then we walked down into a scenic route, along the Alzette, which is their reservoir system, ending at the Petrusse fortress walls and Place de la Constitution. Then we viewed inside their Notre Dame (we've come to realize that every city in France has a Notre Dame, big or small). After that, we toured Vielle Ville Haute (Old Town, High), stumbling upon Place des Armes (which according to the Luxembourg Tourist Office, is where all the restaurants ...