Premiere Classe Metz Nord Semecourt
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This morning after breakfast we left the ship on the MOSELL River and were bussed about 45 miles to the LUXEMBOURG AMERICAN MEMORIAL CEMETERY.
Near Luxembourg is the ARDENNES FOREST,the scene of one of the bloodiest battles
of World War Two, the battle of the Bulge. This battle occurred with a. Ill ion plus soldiers on each side facing off, with Americans, Brits, French, Poles, Canadians and other allies facing the Germans, who ...
... down for long
- not interested in the other persons hobbies, just wants to share their own
- openly admits: I only had X partners, others had so many more (well then go and try to find more)
- runs away from own problems, does not actively search for support or takes self-help courses
- compares you to former partners (and of course they were better)
- does not take responsibility when they hurt other people, in fact most of the time does not even realize it
... spotted Emilie's old university, we continued into town, and through the beautiful cobbled streets. Just out of the park we found some engineering students sporting bureaus and chanting. It seems, that just like the Ensoc of Canterbury, these engineers were full of drink and had an induction planned for their students. It was a big event by the looks and as they left for town the French national anthem rang out. We continued and found a square ...
... our visit, we returned to our drive to the city of Luxembourg. Soon, we began to pick up traffic, with a high percentage of Maseratis. Really -- three in one hour. We missed our parking gargage -- it was just 50m down a one-way street -- so we had to do a long, long loop to get back to it. When we were driving up the one-way street, cars were coming down both lanes of the street in the wrong direction. I was briefly paranoid that we had it wrong, until we ...
... was spent cycling around Geneva, looking at the HQ of the UN, and a number of other World Management sites including the one for Human Rights (we assume Human Rights isn't an issue on a Sunday, as they were closed) and Refugees ... don't mention that word in Australia! When researching Geneva, we were surprised at how small the section was in the guide book, but then being there it was a fair reflection. Its a nice enough town, but without its proximity to the beautiful ...