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Hamish and I took a train and bus up to Each-Sur- Sure. A very pretty region that is part of one of the Luxembourg National Parks. The trees were past there autumn best, but still pretty. We started off by exploring the castle... now a well preserved ruin, that sits above a town that is in the"u" bend of the river Sure. Then we walked along the river banks towards Lultzhausen. It was a track some ...
... weren't a ton of tourist sites in the city. I decided to head over to Kirchberg, as it didn't look that far.It's actually not that far as the bird flies, but first, you have to go down to the river, then cross the river, then climb up a huge hill. It was a pretty hike thorough some nice neighborhoods, and it gave me a sense of how “real people” lived in the city, but it would have been much nicer with a hiking buddy, as it took a lot longer than I expected ...
... that takes you from the lower town of Grund up to the Old City. There were beautiful views here.
In the morning we went to the Casemates. There used to be a castle here that is now mostly in ruin. However you can still explore some of the 17km of tunnels that ran underneath the castle. The tunnels open up at various points to fantastic views of the city.
After the casemates it was time to head off to Colmar, ...
Today is our last day in Europe. We bid adieu to France this morning and made the one-hour drive from Metz to Luxembourg, where we will fly from tomorrow. We headed first to our hotel to drop off luggage, and we experienced déjà vu. Just like our very first day when we were trying to find our hotel, Henri sent us to a neighboring town. Thankfully this one was just two miles out of our way and we quickly figured it out. Next, it was time to bid adieu to the C-Max. ...
... a very moving experience. There was a display of maps and information that explained the heavy fighting that occurred in this very area. It occurred over about a 3 month period, but so many losses. Bruce's Grandfather was assigned to an artillery unit near this location in WWI.
The countryside is rich farmland as we headed south toward the Moselle Valley, our next ...