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... to several motorways and international routes.Places of interest include the Gothic Revival Cathedral of Notre Dame, the fortifications, the Grand Ducal Palace, the Gėlle Fra war memorial, the casemates, the ...
... announced change: an added visit to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp to itinerary.
The men buried in the Bitburg cemetery were part of Hitler's Waffen-SS. At the Nuremberg Trials
the Waffen-SS was declared a criminal organization with an exception
only being made for those who were forced to join after 1943.
... was hell and it seemed to take forever. Just as I was about to turn right onto the motorway there at the side of the road was a hotel and of course I went straight in there.
I was now sweating in this heat and was desperate for a drink. Sadly this hotel had no rooms available but it sure did have some ice cold drinks available and that was fine with me. The kind gentleman at reception made a few calls and managed to get me a room in a motel just up the road and so this ...
... to participate in one of the guided tours from the Tourist Office. Two highly interesting walking hours that tell you the history and whereabouts in a nutshell.
As many European towns, Luxembourg is much more hospitable during late spring and summer. autumn winter can be very rainy and misty. Shops usually close at 6pm. Offers (clothing, jewellry but also food) have the tendency to be upmarket.
... story but couldn’t recall enough details to retell it to the rest of my group. The only one that stumped us completely was one starting a lion who wanted to fly. It was the most recent addition to the tableaux, and at first we thought it might be the Lion King, but I’m pretty sure there weren’t any dragons in that story.
We thoroughly enjoyed the park, and it was well worth both the trek down and the entrance fee. ...