Novotel Luxembourg Centre
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Breakfast, suitcase cramming and off we go. Celia commented that her suitcase gets heavier at each stop. I think it's due to the two new pair of shoes she's gotten so far! I think there may be more to come. She is a shoe lover. Tam and Steve dropped us off at the train station in Cochem. They are now on an adventure through Germany. We will meet up again in Amsterdam on the 16th. We will miss them. On the ...
... station information desk, so we made our way there and arrived at 1:59 PM, only to find out that Jordan N had the wrong information and the tour in fact was leaving from a different location at 2 PM. So... No tour for us :( If you want something done right, I'm afraid you must do it yourself! Teeks was with Jordan N as well. My brother and I bought some yogurt/granola mix and a strawberry pesto something for a light lunch, and then we regrouped and decided to make our way to the ...
... wall built back in the 14th century, which just to walk around and in is amazing!
The parks are well kept and beautiful so it has a lot going for it. My theory was I'd go for a run to really see everything, however that failed badly when I ran the entire wrong direction and before I actually realised it..ended up in a small town outside of the city! Some run it was I must say.
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... well through the night and a freshly made “petit” salmon quiche. Yummy.
One thing I especially liked about Luxembourg city is that every fifteen minutes, I listened clanging church bells. They rang and rang, playing songs, chords, or random chaotic notes. A beautiful quality is that they didn’t feel pretentious. They were not ringing to amaze hordes of tourists. They just rang. They sounded somewhat tinny, so they rang ...
This morning we got up early enough to get breakfast at the hostel, which perhaps wasn't up to the standards of prison food in England, but then breakfast at the Ritz struggles to keep up with the prison food in England, such is their obsession with human rights for criminals. Personally I would put them all on a big ship and send them to a deserted island where they could develop a taste for warm lager, barbeques and rubbish soap operas. Anyway, what I was saying was ...