Anyway, we went to Luxembourg for two days and it was wonderful. Very chic and civilized as well. No shops open on Sundays! Since we were there on a Sunday we decided to take a drive. One of our stops was a war cemetery. This was for American soldiers. The Americans liberated Luxembourg after the Second World War.
To say it was moving can hardly do justice to the way it made me feel.
It was so quiet and peaceful and holy.
I loved the Jewish markers with the stones placed on them from visitors. Maybe family from America.
There were crosses as far as the eye could see. All made from the most beautiful pure white marble. I just kept repeating In Flanders Fields over and over in my head.
There was also a lovely memorial that had a tiny chapel inside.
I have always wanted to visit a war memorial in Europe and I never thought I would. I'm so glad I did. I had an uncle who served in the war and when he came home he would never talk about it. I just cannot imagine what these people went through but I was so glad I could pay tribute to them in my small way.
Always remember. Never forget.