Dirbach Plage Hotel
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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 ...
... busy at the desk at the
entrance where 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 ...
... Judith was blogging, and in support of her efforts, Karen washed Judith's clothes!)
Tomorrow at 4 pm the GSA tour begins. The weather on the news seemed to be saying that the next three days will be cloudy with some sun, so we will feel right at home. Today, by the way, was our most pleasant weather so far--mostly sunny, with a breeze instead of wind. A few inconsequential raindrops in Luxembourg City, but sun back in Trier. All in all, a very successful ...
... checked out the amazing set ups for the teams! There is so much money in the WRC rally's and you can certainly see the difference between the V8 supercars and rallying in Europe. The setups some of the teams had was crazy! Hyundai was an amazing building which was all temporary of course. For a new team they have invested a lot of money. It's a shame because the guy we were wanting to follow at the Rally was a NZ guy Gary knows - Hayden ...
... 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 & ...