Report - France, Allemagne & Luxembourg trip, August 12

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May 30, 2012
Day 1

Early start and direction the Luxembourg country, more than 550 km away from our hometown. Arrived in the early afternoon to Maison Heinen, a little farm lost in the countryside. Particularly important in this place : the entry with the tiles on the wall, and also the room with lots of details.



After an hour inside, we set off to find gas and food. 100 km later, we find ourselves next to the French border to see the famous Terres Rouges.



This site is an old iron mine and steel. Great weather and nice lights. Easy to access, no security... But no time to do all, we must take the road to reach the last place of the day.



You probably recognized Grand Bureaux famous French place. Former administrative offices, with its famous canopy. The place is devastated but there is a special charm. And this is the end of the first day.

Day 2

We begin this second day by two major place. The first is a plant coal near German border, RA2G. But it is the middle of an still active area. It will take us several hours to explore them. Fantastic Place.




The second part of our day happen in the famous Pensionnat Catholique, which is in France. A great place with lots of things to see, the gym but also the chapel. Again, the location is fantastic.