Parc Belair Hotel
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... thing. The thing that struck me the most is that 1/3 of the population actually commutes to the city for work...from other countries! And also that the Euro only came out in 2002. We met up again then, in the central square. We were intending to buy food before going on the tour we had booked, but there was a fantastic group of four buskers who were playing some really good music and they stopped us in ...
... 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 ...
... Flying in over Luxembourg is like flying in over a patchwork of winter and spring! Green and gold fields with bare trees lining the little threads of rivers that criss cross the landscape. Flying in to Luxembourg also came with the EasyJet Chorus of Crying Babies. Which although I know they are crying, I'm sorry...it sounded so funny! So many harmonic cries from a line of young ones. Something I won't forget. Another thing I won't forget is how ...
... of back home too and it was more of a city than Nancy! After arriving at Sophie’s we put our things upstairs in the attic where there were a ton of beds and a living room area with games and movies. It was really nice to be in a house because Pythagore isn’t so warm and inviting. We all sat downstairs in the living room and had some wine with olives/crackers while waiting to eat dinner.
Dinner was soo ...
... higher up could of been worse damage to my spine. We arrived into Luxembourg city just after 9am where we spent nearly 6 hours on our feet and a majority of that time was spent exploring the fortress underground military defence system or as called, 'Bock Casemates' to the old city. The first stronghold was built in the 10th century and had changed owners many times from Italian, Spanish, Belgium, French, Austrian, Dutch and Prussian who all added to the extension of ...