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Road closures this weekend

1. From Friday 20:00 through Sunday 17:00, the following exits will be closed to traffic A6: Croix de Gasperich exit (from Belgium to France only) A6: exit…

Summer Business Ball 2016

The international English speaking business community and business organizations in Luxembourg including AIESBO, LPBC, AMCHAM, ABBL, LPEA, Chamber of Commerce of Luxembourg, Diplomatic Council and The Network25 are organising the Summer…

Like a True Tourist..

Last month I decided to join a walking tour of the City Promenade. Surely long overdue, I felt like a true tourist as I navigated through the…

Kimchi Restaurant

It pains me to write this post on my reviews of Kimchi Restaurant in Strassen. Despite my absolute love (and necessity) of Korean food, I have been…

Practically Mindful - how to chose a program

When I promote my mindfulness courses, I say that “The “Introduction to Mindfulness” course offers intelligent, easy to implement techniques to obtain a more balanced life.”  But…

It's Oh So Quiet

Really, this time of year Luxembourg gets to be quite quiet :-) Most people are off on holidays, both natives, immigrants and expats alike - but of…

Dog in oven!

Please bear in mind: NEVER, EVER leave a dog in a parked car in hot weather, not even for a short period of time! Dogs, as well…

Dog of the Week: Sam

  Sam's background Sam is a four-year-old brown male Labrador. He is neutered, chipped, duly vaccinated and healthy. He currently lives at a 'dog hotel' as his…

Bretzelsonndeg 2016

It’s February 29–Leap Day–and you know what that means, right? Reverse Bretzel Sunday! Bretzel Sunday (Bretzelsonndeg in Luxembourgish), also called Laetare Sunday, always falls on the fourth Sunday of…

How to Enjoy the Christmas Market

If you don't hail from a corner of the world that has Christmas markets--that most wonderful holiday tradition--then I tell you, Midge: you are missing out. I…

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