Stockholm bus station is more like an airport - impressive and extremely efficient. The Arlanda express bus departs every 15 minutes and takes about 45 minutes - twice as long as the express train, but half the price. I will definitely use it again.
Very useful for anyone who wants to explore the tourist sites. A commentary is available, via the free earplugs that plug into a multi-language unit in front of each seat. However, on one of the buses we used more than half of the units did not work, and one of our sets of earplugs fell apart; the earplug cords aren't really long enough: in some seats you have to sit on the edge of the seat and lean forward to use them. On other buses, however, they were fine - the design seems to be different on different buses. I I were to use this service again, I would take my own headphones.
Quite a long coach trip to get to Luxembourg from Brussels, but worth it. Luxembourg was nothing like my preconceptions: Luxembourg city has both a quaint, historic area and an extremely modern business area, mostly due to the banking industry and the EU parliament. On the way we stopped at the American memorial to soldiers lost in the Battle of the Bulge in WWII, and this is a truly impressive structure, well worth seeing.
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