Enzo Hotels Haller
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... dug to protect themselves. It was easy to picture the scene since we had watched some WWII movies and documentaries at home.
We drove through Parkers Crossroads, and on to Malmedy. We stood at the edge of Malmedy looking across the road to the field where 84 American prisoners of war were executed by Germans soldiers.
One of the reasons Steve was so interested in going on this trip was because his uncle, Dave Zylstra fought in ...
... stop and once we saw people eating some great looking sandwich baguettes we decided that was for us. BBC stood for bacon, Brie and cranberries. It was delicious.
Back to to the ship in the late afternoon for some reading and more watching the world go by as we turned the ship around and headed downstream, retracing our steps to Koblenz and the Rhine River.
Tonight's featured entree was sauerbraten with red cabbage and a dumpling-delicious!
I returned from Ireland to Almere for exactly three days before I was off on my next adventure. Adia's grandparents were still staying with us, which was lovely. I really liked having them around. That Wednesday, before I headed to Luxembourg, I took them to Muiderslot, a castle that is about a 20 minute drive from my house.
That evening, I hopped a train into Amsterdam to meet my friend Marieke. She, another woman named Ilona, and ...
... cannons from there. It was pretty cool, figuratively and literally. It was quite exhausting squeezing through tunnels and walking up and down tiny stairs. It had some amazing views of the city and surrounding areas though. We then went on top of the casemates and took some more pictures.
We didn't really know what to do after so we just headed back to the train station to get our backpacks and catch the bus to our hostel. We stopped by the Notre Dame Cathedral but they were ...
... on a tourist bus.
Stopping along the way to get snaps of the beautiful buildings that lined the streets, we made our way to the Casemates Du Bock, medieval fortifications carved into the city walls to explore - winding our way through tight passages and up and down ever tighter spiral staircases with very narrow steps.
Emerging back out into the light we decided to head over to one of the historical castles still for the most part ...