Mondorf Parc Hotel
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... I knew it I was in Luxembourg.
Funny thing, I think time has stopped in Luxembourg. It wasn't a parking lot. It was beautiful and everything I had ever imagined.
I know a golf course may seem a silly place to say thanks and some may think I am making light of my goal. But, I was . . . WAS . . . "somewhere in Luxenbourg" as I set out to be. And it was ...
... the Soldier's Medal, a distinction for an act of heroism not involving actual conflict with the enemy. I have that Medal, his dog tags and the telegram from the War Department to my grandparents advising him of his death.
The fog is lifting. I'm off on yet another bike ride. The border to Luxembourg is 6 kilometers away.
... back. So we ended up staying almost 2 hours on a train and not getting anywhere. But hey is was an experience and we got a few laughs out of it. Like making fun of German words and Christine thinking that Cactus (their walmart) was a gay bar.
Saturday, the third day, we were able to explore even more of Luxembourg. We got to go to a wonderful park that was right on the boarder of Germany and Luxembourg. You can literally straddle the boarder and be in two places at once. ...
... and big grey clouds loomed ominously. At Libramont the storm broke, and the heavens poured forth. We were thankful to be dry and warm in the train, and both closed our eyes and were lulled into a light doze by the rhythmic jostling of the train. Around noon we arrived in Luxembourg, and the first thing we did was to take a photo of the sign – we were in another country! We exited into the station, and while my friend surreptitiously checked out a map ...
... bakeries, slaughterhouses and other infrastructure. There were a couple of square constructions used as toilets during world war 2 Sign onside "don't forget the sand "(not in English of course ) After that we then Walked to the start of the Wenzel walk a mixture of new and old city, the start is nearby Bock Cassemates (the other end of the Petrussemates (they used to have tunnels connecting the 2) We weren't going to go through these as well ,but they looked interesting so off ...