Hotel du Moulin
Travel Blogs from Bourscheid
... house but it had great food. Half the tour group went there so they were inundated! It took the owner a while to get our order and while he was running around we were tying very hard to decipher the menu...literally using the Rick Steve's grammar book to determine what was there. The ladies at the table next to use were very interested in what we were doing and about 15 minutes into it, Greta decided to give us a helping ...
Don and Cindy are making really good Rick Steve's participants, and Andrea called them "virgins" tonight! Don could hardly believe it...he said "I have been called a lot of things but never that!"...everyone laughed!
Tomorrow is a long tour day...up and out by 8:00 and back to the hotel at 6:30. Time for bed!
Love ya all,
Dar, Mary, Don and Cindy
... I thought I would give you a few glimpses into the "Travel Days".
Each train day we enter the station rolling our luggage on cobblestone streets, the wheels making a very loud clickety-clack sound. If it is early, and warm outside, we have just woke up families, babies and often a barking dog because they have left their windows open to catch a breeze! Nothing like leaving a town in quiet elegance!
Next we need to figure ...
... the lads on the bridge started applauding and then pretended to leave as though it was all over, and made some people smile. Then the music started again and once more we saw a spectacular display of the finest pyrotechnics.
On our return to the marina it was well after 11pm so Isi went to her slumbers. We had Wi-Fi on board and so John followed later after checking his emails, News and watching funny things on YouTube ...
... On the paper, it notes that the recipient has to go to the local city hall within three business days of arriving in the country.) At the city hall, there was another paper to be filled out. On this second paper, it indicated that Joe was here with his family, but said quite clearly that for the family to receive residence permits each of us must have a our own copy of the original paper (the one we got one of that only had Joe's name).