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... and we visited his grave.
This visit is surely a high point of our trip. We all prayed for these soldiers as we also prayed that never again does such a encounter happen.
We then drove to the old town of Luxembourg, enjoyed an elegant lunch and shopping with
a huge crowd of people, all enjoying a sunny Sunday.
As usual we returned to the ship for cocktails and a sauerbratton dinner
My first day in Luxembourg and it has been a busy and exciting day. Traveling here was rough. The time change is really difficult (it is taking all the fibers of my being to not fall asleep right now) and my flights were not wonderful. On my first flight I sat in the middle seat next to someone that snored really loud and another man that smelled and wouldn't stop talking to me.
Then we had the 6 hour layover which surprisingly wasn't that bad. It went ...
... women, only to be quickly evacuated so all the boys can pull out the weights and machines from the back storage area. Multipurpose at its finest! The girls also all crowd the locker room because they all change back into their street clothes and heels before heading out, only the American girls left their sneakers on to walk home. It was so funny!
January 31, 2014
Today I managed to step in Dog poop for the first time. Note to self, you have ...
"You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today" -Abraham Lincoln
"The reason a lot of people do not recognize opportunity is because it usually goes around wearing overalls looking like hard work." -Thomas A. Edison
I think it's super funny how when I have a million and one things to do, I'm being super productive...doing other things. It is 3AM. My train for Germany leaves in a little over ...
... and took some beautiful night photos. It is a large square with the city hall, the art museum and the opera. I love the gold gilded gates framing each corner of the plaza. I also found out that the arch that marks my street is a memorial to the citizens who died in the battle of yorktown helping America gain its independence. I am glad to know Nancy was a part of America’s history! We also hit the mall; we were only there for about an hour before it closed ...