Sunday walk – Luxembourg


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23 thoughts on “Sunday walk – Luxembourg

  1. The flowers in last picture are called in french “pensées” (=thoughts) I hope you had one “pensée” for me when picturing those lovely benches in such peaceful places!
    have a nice sunday, dear Leia!

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  2. What a nice walk ! Today it's so windy that I would blow away if I would go out for a walk ! It's really terrible. We can't even sit outside !

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  3. Now, that was a lovely walk. Here, the flowers are pansies, a very early flower that are overtaken by bigger blooms as the weather gets warmer. That waterfall is spectacular!!!

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  4. Loved strolling along with you two. The water feature is wonderful. Being from the desert, I also love your wide expanses of green grass!

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  5. Also in Italian those flowers are 'viole del pensiero' (literally viola of thought). The bench is great and will end up soon on aBoB!

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  6. O que se vê na terceira foto parece uma mini-reprodução do 'Giant's Causeway' na Irlanda. Giro! 🙂

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  7. Well, thank you for inviting us along on your Sunday walk…you live in a beautiful city with gorgeous scenery. I like those purple pansies, too!

    Hope you are having a great Sunday!

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  8. Especially love the waterfall design and the pensees/pansy/viole del pensiero connections! I will, forever think of that when I see them now.

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  9. Such a delightful walk, I'm glad I could enjoy it through your beautiful photos.
    And thanks to Malyss, I know now the origin of the flowers' name — “pensées” = “pansies”! Wonderful! One of my favorite flowers.
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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