40 people signed up for it and so it looked like the final trip was going to be a great success. But then, obviously, we had to pick the worst day weather-wise possibly… 15 degrees, rain & wind and in the end we had 16 participants out of 40. [Actually it could have been expected, … Continue reading Rain, wind, kayaks & fun!
After many changes in our final trip plans, we finally decided to split it into a few parts and to stick to Luxembourg. As you can imagine, it was all carefully considered. The first part was supposed to be hiking somewhere around the Upper-Sûre lake – the area many of us hadn’t had the chance to … Continue reading “Hiking”, or Final Trip Part 1
One Friday evening (July 10th), when we still had a few weekends ahead of us, we decided to try yet another activity Luxembourg has to offer. Strangely enough (because who would have expected this in Luxembourg, right?), on Friday mini-golf was open until 19:00 only, so we had to rush a bit! There was still … Continue reading After Work Mini Golf
Route: Remich – south to Schengen – back to Remich – up north to Wasserbillig via Grevenmacher (almost 50 km, and – mind you – after intense birthday celebrations!) On Sunday, June 27th, seven tireless cyclists set off from Luxembourg Gare by bus to Remich and were later joined there by the young and even … Continue reading Cycling along the beautiful blue Moselle
Last Wednesday (May 6) some more or less athletic trainees met to test their skills in bowling. There were more than just one who silently whispered “I am not very good at bowling”, but in the end we managed to have a fun evening – without broken toes and even with some sports between beer … Continue reading The Bowling Stones
April 18, Saturday, Mullerthal region and no rain finally (bright and sunny, to be precise). We hardly could have found a better day for hiking. Luxembourg is perfect for hiking. It has loads and loads of hiking trails, rambling through the green parts of the country. Flat, hilly, circular, interconnected, easily reached by trains or buses, … Continue reading A day on foot
So, here it comes, our first hiking trip! We’ll go east, to the Mullerthal region, called Luxembourg’s little Switzerland. We’ll start in Echternach and follow the route E1, recommended by our tourist office. It is 11.7 km long, so about 4 hours of walking. It is not very easy, as it often goes up and … Continue reading Hiking Trip: Saturday 18th of April