Snaps from my Instagram – Luxembourg

Hello guys! How are you all? Have you already done all the Christmas shopping? Maybe are you packing for some holiday trip? Well…here neither one nor the other! I mean, I still have some shopping to do and need to prepare my bags for the next adventure! Ah but it is for another post! 😉  I have the feeling that I did not see this year passing! So…already DECEMBER! Time is passing so fast, don’ t you agree? Anyway, today I want to share with you some snaps from my IG.

Clervaux – Luxembourg

Luxembourg in December is more adorable than ever! I think the main event that happened in Luxembourg was on the 10th December with Luxtram. Oh yeah man…The tram returned to Luxembourg! Can you imagine…the last tram drove from Luxembourg to the nearby village of Beggen 53 years ago!


Lately I have been busy with my German classes. Lucky me that my lovely Luna gives me support with my homework! 🙂


I would like to invite you to visit  my Facebook and Instagram.  Hope you enjoy the pictures…See you soon! Love and lights to you all.




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Rue Philippe II, Luxembourg 2017- “Un été pas comme les autres”

After the colourful umbrellas floating above Rue Phillipe II in 2014, “Look up” day-glow spider’s web in 2015 and “Swings” by Luxembourg artist Max Mertens in 2016, Casino Luxembourg has invited seven international artists to participate in 2017 of the competition organised by the Association rue Philippe II in partnership with the City of Luxembourg. For this year’s edition, the jury chose the temporary installation “Air Deluxe” by HeHe.


The installation resembles a sky of ‘clouds’ formed and created from breathing tubes. These clouds are a sort of poetic metaphor for pure and fresh air which has become a ‘luxury product’ in many cities throughout the world.


The English-speaking couple Helen Evans and Heiko Hansen (HeHe) discuss in their work the problems of air pollution, as well as the illusory and utopian will of man to tame nature and to master at the same time weather conditions.



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Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial

Bonjour beautiful people!

I know…It is been a long time since I have shared with you my pictures. Sorry for that. My life is pretty busy these days! But I never forget you guys! So… if you follow my Bonjour et Bon Voyage Facebook Page and my Instagran, I have been sharing new pictures, some snaps and videos frequently. I hope to meet you there as well! 🙂

Today I share with you guys, my pictures of the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial. 


“The cemetery was established on December 29, 1944 by the 609th Quartermaster Company of the U.S. Third Army while Allied Forces were stemming the enemy’s desperate Ardennes Offensive, one of the critical battles of World War II. The city of Luxembourg served as headquarters for Gen. George S. Patton’s U.S. Third Army. Gen. Patton is buried here.”


Luxembourg American Cemetery is located near the town of Hamm, three miles east of Luxembourg City center.


5.076 service members are buried here, each represented by a headstone made of Lasa Marble. There are 118 Stars of David, indicating soldiers of Jewish faith. 22 sets of brothers are buried here are Unknown with a cross that states: Here Rests in Honored Glory a Comrade in Arms Known but to God.

Dedicated 1960
Location Luxembourg
Burials 5,076
Missing in Action 371
Acres 50.50


Luxembourg American Cemetery
50, Val du Scheid
2517 Luxembourg
tel +352 43 17 27


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Two Medal of Honor Recipients are buried here: Staff Sergeant Day Turner and Private William McGee.

Staff Sergeant Day Turner earned the Medal of Honor during a grueling fight against German soldiers in Luxembourg on January 8, 1945. With his squad of nine men, they successfully repulsed a large enemy attack.


Private William McGee was a combat medic. He voluntarily walked into a minefield to aid two soldiers who had been wounded. After carrying one man to safety, he returned to rescue the second man and was seriously wounded by a mine. Despite his grave injuries, Pvt. McGee ordered his comrades to stay out of minefield and not risk their lives to rescue him.


Also buried in this Cemetery 5 soldiers of the easy Company 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment the “Band of Brothers”: Patrick Neill, Warren Muck, John Julian, Kenneth Webb and Alex Penkala.

At the ceiling of the Chapel there is this thoughtful inscription: ” In proud and grateful memory of those men of the armed services of the USA who in this region and in the skies above endured all and gave all that justice among nations might prevail and mankind might enjoy freedom and inherit peace.”

Visiting Hours: The cemetery is open daily to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except December 25 and January 1. It is open on host country holidays.