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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... staff where checking tickets and ID’s.
After putting my gaze on infinity and not looking in any direction but the lounge itself I wondered in without being noticed and henceforth could enjoy a relaxing time in very comfy seats,some food, drinks, PC’s and the use of a shower to top it off. It all helps- no doubt about that.
After being welcomed by several good friends it was time
to meet up with my wheels again. The bike was made ready ...
... I were not feeling it, so we took a bus back to the hostel. A girl got off the bus at our stop and heard my brother and I complaining about our joints suffering (ok, it was mostly me) as we walked down the VERY steep hill to get to our hostel. I will say one of the defining features of Luxembourg geography is the ridiculous amounts of hills that you have to traverse: you have to go up to go down, down to go up, and everywhere in between! The old town, called the ...
... forward to exploring. Then, a few blocks from the train station I found a place that did chocolate kebabs. My trip was already worth it.
With nothing in particular in mind I joined the afternoon walking tour. It was one of those pre-paid affairs with the old, educated and monotone walking guide rather than the young and exuberant guide who knows they need to impress to get tips. My mind ended up wandering for much of it, but it was still a good way to see ...
... must end, and so did my visit to my native country. Getting onto the plane was pretty weird - traveling halfway to Russia and still feeling like you're "going home". Hearing some familiar (though unintelligible) Russian on the plane, and Latvian on the mini-bus.
Minus ten did suddenly feel very cold, though! So I had to dig my new gloves out of my luggage. I'll tell you all about my daily commute through the snow in my next blog, as promised!