Europe · Travel Tales

Exuberantly, Luxembourg.

Almost a month of constantly moving around, three-ish in the morning arrival was out of my realization that it can still be dark on the road and no public transpo yet. I was honestly anticipating there will be delays on my ETAs again. Nevertheless, I knew I needed to brave it once again taking an active mind and an extra strength for my luggages. It was dark, passing by several vacant lots and I was unable to connect to WiFi. I just walked fast straight and hoped for an early sunrise. An hour passed and I reach had to sit and rest somewhere.

Rested with a sound sleep and walked around with no planned route or timetable. I liked the place at first feel anyway.

There alongside, an alcove that has been my favorite throughout my entire stay, passing by at the start of and before ending my day.😊

The greens, tree lined cobbled streets as well as lush parks and gardens; the aged fortresses and charming castles; scenic bridges and winding alleyways; stunning tunnels; secret stairs; traditional and modern pieces of sculptures; baroque-styled cathedral; engaging museums; pleasant pubs and restaurants; prominent walls, valleys and bridges — in a multicultural, multilingual charming slice of Northern Europe, that is Luxembourg.

I can probably live here. 😀

Surely there is something in the unruffled calm of nature that overawes our little anxieties and doubts; the sight of the deep-blue sky, the clustering greens around and the babble and burble of water cascades that seem to impart a quiet to the mind.

My entire stay didn’t even scratch the surface of what this entire city has to offer. There’s still so much to see and do within the city proper and in the countryside, which leaves me yearning for another visit to explore Luxembourg.

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