Trip Start Apr 22, 2009
50Trip End Jun 17, 2009
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In Luxembourg I guess they speak multiple languages. I interupted some ladies speaking German to ask them directions in French. This was precisely what a lady from France told me they would do. We ate some pastries (as we always do) upon entering Luxembourg. Every country has very different pastries. We found the more traditional custard pie type pastry that the lady gave us as a bonus were much better than the Hostess Cake like pastries we picked out.
Luxembourg the City is Beautiful and great to walk around in. We took a self guided walking tour around the city to see some interesting things and to learn that most of Luxembourg was built on top of a series of caves called Casemates for protection. Chrissy wanted so badly to go in them but when we finally got around to doing it, we found they close pretty early. Still a fun experience. Our day then continued with a little more riding to find a campsite near the German/french/lux border.