Posts By Sara Genene
- Bacchus Fountain: From The Esplanade Of Remich
- Flemish: Ethiopian Gastronomic Journey
- SCHUEBERFOUER: The Traditional Event Of Luxembourg
- Grevenmacher: The Butterfly Garden Of Luxembourg
- Luxembourg: Summer In The City
- La Moselle: The Vineyard Heaven Of Luxembourg
- Gaysay Grassland: Seven Days Trekking In Bale Mountains
- Luxembourg City From The City Skyliner
- Dervla Murphy: 10 Nuggets of Travel Wisdom
- Turkey: Capturing The Spirit Of Rumi In Istanbul
- Istanbul: Memorable Backdrop Of Travelogue
- ROAD TRIP: Seven Days Trekking In Bale Mountains
- Oscar Wilde: Inspiration From My Trip To Ireland
- Tsome Kudade: Ethiopian Lent Offering Season
- NATURE: Endemic Animals Of Ethiopia
Tag Archives: Luxembourg
Bacchus Fountain is one of my favorite statues along the Moselle of Luxembourg in Remich – the pearl of the Moselle indeed.
A must-do experience! Fun!
I had a beautiful and heavenly experience at the Butterfly Garden in the Musel region of Luxembourg – Grevenmacher. Here are the moments I am being able to capture through my lens. Relish in nature!
My Ethiopian wanderlust takes me to Friet Museum (Belgian Fries), Beer and Chocolate museum in Brugge, Belgium and to Irish Whisky Museum in Dublin, Ireland – which interestingly leads to deep appreciation of every component that is making up the … Continue reading
It’s a sporadically exciting 7 minutes, of rising 72 m high up in the sky and slowly rotating 3600 for panoramic view of beautiful Luxembourg city, in a very comfortable cabin of the 81 m highest mobile observation tower in … Continue reading
As an Ethiopian, to experience a little piece of home, making Ethiopian traditional coffee and roasted sweet corn for finding more comfort from home while living abroad is the best way to go. While having coffee in Luxembourg, I couldn’t … Continue reading
While honoring my Ethiopian Wanderlust here in Luxembourg, wandering beneath The Montée de Clausen along the stream of river Alzette, one could not help noticing beautiful but sad looking purple mermaid. My sense of wonder took over and fortunately being … Continue reading