Guest Post by Roy Mathias
We started at the bottom of the valley, in a area called Grund – known for its caves carved into the rock.
The Alzette river separates Grund from the center of Luxembourg.
Another view of the Alzette later in the evening
Some views on the way up to the Chemin de la Corniche
The Chemin de la Corniche is acobbled promenade along the side of a cliff, great view up the hill, and down in the Alzette valley, and the opposite roof tops and viaduct.
Perhaps the best view of the day
A couple of views of nature on the way
A couple of view of St. Michael’s church spire
Inside the church there were several stained glass windows in the traditional colours, as well as this one more unusual one above the baptismal font.
It was evening by the time we finished