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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 ...
... see a massive pendulum swinging from the ceiling which must have been at least three stories tall. There were people posted in each room wearing green butterflies on lanyards, indicating that they were people who we could ask for more information on any of the pieces in a room. The guy near the pendulum explained what a simple, yet groundbreaking experiment the pendulum was to finally prove to the religious institutions who held the view that the sun revolved around the earth. Then, ...
... the wine...that went in the locker. It was the most important. We wandered along a little path then, that overlooked the most gorgeous little river and row of houses. I'd say it's one of the most stunning views in the city, along side one further in the center. We talked about travel and all the places Claire has been (which is about four times as many as me!). It's amazing how similar we are! She seems to be one of few people on ...
... off - we were living on the edge, it's a long time since we traveled without any reservations made in advance, as we weren't entirely sure of our movements until after the trip had finished. We went to the same hotel we researched before we left, and they shuffled some rooms and fitted us in. It's a small room, but a great location on the main street about half way between the old town and the train station.
Went for a walk in the ...
... something was about to happen and had gathered around the palace gates.
Reflecting its location bordering Germany, France and Belgium, Luxembourg is a trilingual country and we were pleased to hear the familiar words and intonations of French being spoken as soon as we arrived.
Its UNESCO listed Old Town, or Grund as it is known, which we first spotted when entering the town by train, is a real surprise due to its unusual ...