For some unknown reason, Rick Steves doesn't cover Luxembourg in any of his guides (as of 2013 when we bought them all) so we had to check out some books from the army library on post. We checked out two guides and printed off a third, yet we still managed to forget ALL of them at out apartment in Trier! Haha.
The palace was thoroughly restored from 1992-1995 but is only open for tours from mid July to early September so we weren't able to tour it.
There was a free organ concert going on when we entered. It's always fun to see these building in use, either for worship or concerts.
Perhaps the highlight of Luxembourg is the Corniche. Often called the "most beautiful balcony of Europe," the walkway along the rock face boasts splendid views over the Holy Ghost Citadel and the lower town in the valley.
Luxembourg was a very pleasant town to stroll and enjoy.
Next destination: Trier, Germany!