Hotel St Fiacre
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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 ...
... to meet with Jean Marie and visit before the other cousins arrived. Ghislaine, Vincent and Jean Marie Mathy, along with his wife Anne drove over and we went to a local bistro for seafood. The restuarant might have been on the river but it was a dark and rainy night so we accepted the notion that the trout was local. Lots of liquids, a before din er apertif du maison,white and red wine, many bottles, and the "weewee of the Frog" to end the ...
Although we were docked at Remich, we didn’t have time to
look around the town & as it was May Day, a public holiday, all the shops
were closed. It looked an interesting town
We had chosen the option of the tour of Luxembourg, rather
than Trier (the oldest town in Germany). It was a very hard choice as both
places appealed to me.
The day was bitterly cold but Luxembourg was worth it. It is
the richest country in the world per capita. It is ...
Woke up early and got our stuff ready for the day away at the Rally. We had an amazing breakfast at the hotel... The best buffet we've had so far on our trip!! It was good, it set us up for the long day ahead :-).
We arrived at the stage at about 8.45am, found a park, bought our stage ticket (€20 each) and then caught the shuttle bus to the area close to the stage we were going to. When we arrived we found some awesome classic cars ...
... river. We have been told that there are many castles for sale and only for EUR1 – it is only the cost of maintenance that is expensive, hence many castles are now owned by the whole town, so the people can preserve their history for all to see and enjoy into the future. The castles can also be hired for weddings and festivals, so locals enjoy their living history, and they act as a drawcard for tourism.
Graeme & ...