Dirbach Plage Hotel
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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 ...
... morning we took a toll through Urlay to grab some better photos and some cash from an ATM before heading off to Trier. I plugged the address in for the apartment we lived in some 58 years and to my surprise, it took us right there - well after a few whiffer dills that is!!
We walked around town, had a bratwurst mit brochen and was it ever good. We then decided that we needed to get back to either plug the meter ...
... enough to get us through our introductions and choppy conversation during the 30 minute car ride to the house. During the ride it started pouring rain, the first rain in the region in over a month! I had to close my eyes and hide my head (discretely, of course) as Michael accelerated past semis on the inside lane of a winding narrow freeway in the pouring rain... But he got us safely to the home at about 8:20 pm, gave us ...
... into South East Belgium at Florenville before again crossing another seamless border into The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
We stayed at the Ibis hotel near to the airport.
What can I say about Luxembourg? Well, it looks nice enough and the beer is cheap. However, the restaurants are very expensive and the taxi fares are ridiculously so. 35 euros from the hotel to the city centre and 42 euro's back. ...
... did not rush, but were still able to catch the 10.05 bus in to the city for our second day of sight-seeing. We headed first to the outer wall where the "Casemates" are. These are long tunnels hewed out of the rock
which were used in days gone by for sheltering from the enemy. They stretch some 23km in all and you can walk through quite a bit of them. It was very dark, very uneven and lots of
spiral stone steps, quite challenging for us ...