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... people eating out. Pete had Flammehueke, which was a Luxembourg pizza, made with sour cheese and not tomato. I had a large salad once more. We walked back to the car along Petrusse Valley at the base of the city fortifications, and saw lots of folks out exercising. Back to the car; no parking ticket, and then the drive back to our Chateau. A lovely day seeing this tiny country in the south-East corner of Belgium, where saying hello to the Prime Minister seems to be part of everyday ...
... new modern area of large glass buildings of the European Union.
We spent two days wandering around going on tour buses and a little tour train. I liked the old area best with the old buildings, though the castle area had been raised to the ground over twenty times in the past due to wars and ...
... of teenagers, screaming… banging on doors and walls… playing music… it was not nice.
We then tried to go to the bathroom and we were locked in. After about 10-20 minutes we got it open but lock was stuck. We got the receptionist to come and fix it. He literally took the whole lock apart, banged it with a hammer and it was better.
Not sure for how long.
Had a fabulous day driving over into the northern part of Luxembourg.
To begin with it's a very small country! Only 2.586 sq kilometres in total with a population of 500 000 people, they speak 3 languages, French, German and Luxembourgish, with of course Belgium, France and Germany bordering the country. The countryside was extremely green, and lovely hills not mountains, full of cattle and horses, no sheep (well that we saw anyway)
... is owned and used as a church within the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland. Adjoining the church is a lovely garden (see Frank’s pics).
Enough of the history lesson!!
Now back to the Hauptarkt square. We needed to find a gelato shop we had seen last evening to finish our nourishment for the day!! Success!!
Back to the hotel to rest and get ready for tomorrow’s train ride to Heidelburg!
A couple ...