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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 ...
... As much as it actually goes through a built up area it has next to no traffic lights and is simply tunneled under any roads it needs to cross making for a good fast road system.
I was tempted to turn off and take a drive through the city but looking at the traffic on the bridges overhead I decided to give it a miss and so continued south towards Luxembourg.
Soon I’m yet again riding the fast flowing A2 motorway. It’s certainly a long boring road but if ...
The train to Luxembourg wasn't bad, only one connection (in Namur, they have a local baseball team, the 'Angels’, that I need to check out sometime), and a total of 3 hours on the rail. I met a young guy, David, who was coming back from his tryout for the Belgian military. We had a nice European vs. U.S. politics discussion…and it didn’t get heated like these discussions typically get in the U.S. I didn’t plan anything for Luxembourg, one of the ...
... Mary had it …she thought I did. We both remember it on the computer case but I must have missed it when I picked up the case…. So upset!!!! We had some great photos.
Mary suggested I talk to the conductor and see if there was anything we could do…after telling him what happened he called on his mobile and after speaking to someone he suggested that I talk to the ticket office in Zurich.
As you can imagine we were both pretty ...
4 trains and 9 hours later, I had made it into the north of Luxembourg to a small village called Wiltz. I decided to see a bit of countryside and it paid off.
Although there wasn't much to do in the area, the locals were lovely and accommodating and being in the middle of nowhere - I even scored my own room, bonus!
The countryside town is the 'home of the mountains' and is ideal to rest and take in some fresh air. Again, it was another good chance for ...