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... with livestock. We felt like Indiana Jones!! After our exploring of tunnels, we found an old shopping area with pretty buildings. We ate a couple bars of delicious Belgium chocolate and gyros for dinner. Going to bed early. Weather has been warm but not too bad. It sprinkled out a little today but so far no bad weather (knock on wood) Tomorrow we go to Brussels, Belgium for two nights. Hope all is good in ...
to meet up with my wheels again. The bike was made ready by Rob and again in
tip top condition. The Motorcycle had come of adult age as it had just passed
its 21 st birthday. Yesterday I took her via my friend Ted’s place to my other
friend Gert who would ride with me for a week or more.
The planned route will lead us through Belgium to
Luxemburg into Germany where we will enjoy a large dose of Moselle ...
... with you for some beers without having to talk about your broken heart or that hold you in their arms whilst you cry as your heart has just splittered into a million pieces and you have the feeling that it will never heal again. All it needs is time and one day I hope that you will be able to trust again and to open up again to a new person as after all they might have been hurt in the past, too.
Also, love needs time to so why not start with friendship first?
... for. Turns out that Luxembourg actually translates to Little Fort. Who would have known?? It was a great tour though, and I will remember to bring my jumper on the next one! We were all so tired by the time the tour finished that we went and crashed at the hostel after our showers and had some cheap food. I think we are going out for a drink tonight, and I will be keeping it at just that. A. Drink. Lisa ...
... spouts of depression. Today was the mourning of my electronic reader that was stolen. Shopping in Luxembourg's bookstore to get the latest Dan Brown book was an instant remedy to cheer my spirits. A long walk about the city getting lost and lots of window shopping in a small country in a smaller city lifted us as well. We found a bit of internet relief in the local city library. We signed in as visitors and were told that we had an ...