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... decker tour and that didn't help. However, we happen to meet another family from MN and they suggested the Casements, an enormous underground military defense system of tunnels - starting in 1644. It was over 14 miles worth of tunnels with many openings for cannons. Very narrow stairs and hallways and also a few very large rooms. It was dark and kinda creepy. Overall, in case of an attack, it could hold ...
... I were not feeling it, so we took a bus back to the hostel. A girl got off the bus at our stop and heard my brother and I complaining about our joints suffering (ok, it was mostly me) as we walked down the VERY steep hill to get to our hostel. I will say one of the defining features of Luxembourg geography is the ridiculous amounts of hills that you have to traverse: you have to go up to go down, down to go up, and everywhere in between! The old town, called the ...
... must end, and so did my visit to my native country. Getting onto the plane was pretty weird - traveling halfway to Russia and still feeling like you're "going home". Hearing some familiar (though unintelligible) Russian on the plane, and Latvian on the mini-bus.
Minus ten did suddenly feel very cold, though! So I had to dig my new gloves out of my luggage. I'll tell you all about my daily commute through the snow in my next blog, as promised!
... recommend driving. Luxembourg City, the capitol, is actually kid of confusing and hard to find parking in. We managed, and then started walking around (with no map). When we did find a map, we learned that there's a river meandering it's way through the city, so we memorized it, and set off. It turns out that the river on the map is actually a tiny stream that you can barely even see. It's hilarious. We knew that we needed to find the center ...
We have headed to Luxembourg to get fuel and tabacco as it's a lot cheaper there. From there we cross the border to France and head towards Metz. we stay on an Aire that is on a marina for 2 nights. We stayed for 2 nights and each night took a walk around the town which had some fantastic building.