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... of the Bulge. We saw several of the towns that Uncle Dave was in. On our way back to Bastogne to drop off our guide, we made a small detour. We drove through Grand-Halleux to see a small memorial dedicated to his regiment, the 291st Infantry Regiment of the 75th Division of the United States Army. What a fitting way to end this day of the tour!
We were back to the hotel for another delicious dinner and friendly conversations before ...
... the grave of Charles A. Bender (died December 29, 1944) and in the military tradition we left coins at the tombstone to acknowledge he had been visited by a friend/relative.
We have visited many other military cemeteries but this was the first time we had a speaker and a ceremony. It was touching and a wonderful experience.
We then went on a walking tour of the major sights in Luxembourg city including the palace of the Grand Duke, ...
... the same level of climber. The separate days have mostly blended together in my head at this point, so here is a list of highlights:
-Lead-climbing a 5b route (American equivalent 5.8) after having a near panic-attack between two bolts near the top
-Successfully entering a gorgeous climbing shop in Luxembourg city without spending any money
-Teaching Charlotte (a French native who recently moved to Amsterdam) what being ...
... is also a finance capital and one of Europe's capital, as it is home to the Court of Justice. The weather is quickly changing so jasmine trees, dandelions, tulips and roses are flowering all over. The scenery was like one of a fairy tale! If only the sun was shinning, I would have loved to stay for an extra day!
We had dinner at the central square and enjoyed giant pieces of steak, fries, salad and wine. We walked so much that once we got ...
... had one, small umbrella between us, so people probably thought we were on our honeymoon. The city centre only consists of a few blocks and soon we had covered it all. After passing the same street for the third time, we decided it was time for dinner.
We had wanted to go to a certain restaurant serving traditional Luxembourgish food, but they only opened at 19h30 and there was no way that I would have lasted until then. We settled for a more ...