First snow of the season in Luxembourg


View of the Grund in Luxembourg
December 13th – 2009

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24 thoughts on “First snow of the season in Luxembourg

  1. Lucky you-I think!

    Actually I do like snow its just the mess after it starts to thaw-still no problems with that here 🙂

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  2. Ho ho ho , ready for White Christmas?
    Here is light snow as well, and very cold:(
    Your first photo is beautiful – is this the famous Luxembourg bridge?
    Lovely!
    Nice and warm (despite the weather) week for you Dear Friends:)
    Hugs

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  3. It looks magical. What a fascinating place in any weather but the snow lightly falling is beautiful.

    I may replay your video here to get a peek at a real nice wintry scene.

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  4. Ah Léia, on voit bien que tu es contente ! ;-)Moi j'adore la neige mais pas à Paris-Versailles, parce que dès que trois flocons tombent, c'est le CHAOS ! J'aimerais bien voir des photos du marché de noël de Trêves (Trier s'appelle Trêves de français).
    Si vous avez vraiment l'intention d'aller à Brême, envoie-moi un mail si tu veux quelques “insider tips”!

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  5. Let it snow
    let it snow
    Let it snow …. here is no snow 😦
    But its so COLD -3grC
    brrrrr……

    Nice pictures special the first one
    🙂

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  6. Fantastic! We missed the first snow of Newtown but we saw some in Salzburg. I hope you have warm coats. 🙂

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  7. Not quite the Christmas landscape yet, but a start and maybe it will come!

    I guess you didn't go out, but took these scenes from your windows!

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  8. I personally love snow and I think your photos and video are wonderful. I used to go on winter holidays in Austria years ago. I can never get Gregg to go on one though. He likes the beaches 😉 I love to see all these great photos of Luxembourg. Such a beautiful place.

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  9. Please send snow this way I really want some for christmas.Stay warm you guys and enjoy if you get enough to play in blessings….Barb

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  10. What a difference a few kilometres make. Here in Saarbrücken the snow stayed on the ground. It looks like you Luxemburgers will have to wait a bit longer for your first snowball fight.

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