Another bloody train, we’re getting close to the end now, close to no more catching trains, we both aren’t going to miss the trains when we are back home. Another travel day for us, leaving Cologne for Luxembourg, not a big day, our train journey takes around three to four hours, the only good time for the day to leave was at midday. We had breakfast downstairs, it was a really nice breakfast at this hotel really nice, yummy food. We had to be out of our rooms around ten o’clock, so after breakfast we packed up the luggage (the suitcase looks like it is ready to die).
We checked out a little later than ten o’clock and took our time, we chilled in the hotel bar for a bit until we had to leave, just surfing the web and writing a blog. This took us right up to the time we had to leave for the train station, we caught a cab to the station, getting there just a bit earlier for the train, better safe then sorry.
The train arrived, we found seats and got comfy for the journey ahead, it got delayed a bit while traveling making the journey even longer now. Not much else to report about the train journey just that it took longer than expected. By the time we arrived in Luxembourg it was late, our hotel was in walking distance. It was an easy entrance to miss; luckily with Amanda’s key observation skills we found the entrance to the hotel, which was a lift on a busy street that said Park Radisson Inn.
We got up into our room and it was a really nice modern room, it was late now to do anything, so we walked down the street to see if anything would be open for dinner, but nothing was. It looked like most shops were closed for the holidays as well. What must have been fate, conveniently a McDonald’s was located right outside our hotel, good for my belly as well as our money. We ate dinner in the room and researched all the things to do for tomorrow, there isn’t a lot to do but we are both looking forward to seeing the town tomorrow. After doing some research, we watched some shows on the laptop, there wasn’t a mini bar in the room, so I had to go downstairs to get a drink as we both got thirsty, while doing so I got some ice cream for us. I got Amanda some chocolate flavored ice cream, coming back to the room she tells me she didn’t really want chocolate ice cream. Sigh. We only have half a day tomorrow to see Luxembourg before catching a train straight on to Strasbourg, France!