Categories Gallery Fall in Luxembourg Post author By Matt Post date November 8, 2010 11 Comments on Fall in Luxembourg Exploring Parc de Ville with its Fall colors, the city center of Luxembourg, and the Sonny Rollins concert at Philharmonie. 4 Comments 1 Comment 1 Comment 2 Comments 1 Comment 1 Comment 1 Comment Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← RTE Interview → 15 Blogging Best Practices 11 replies on “Fall in Luxembourg” Where did you get the blue jacket you are wearing in the images with you on the bench? Brand is also OK. Looks really nice. Thank you very much, I got it a few years ago. It’s a reversible Zegna Sport jacket, which I had turned to the waterproof black inner part because it was drizzling. The other side is a grey pinstripe, which you can see here. Hey Matt, you coming up to the Netherlands this time round? 🙂 Awesome, how did Sonny sound? I’m listening to The Bridge right now, great album. He was amazing. I hope I have half that much energy when I’m 80. Did You notice the attention to detail that was put in to the facades of the architecture there? When I was there in 2006, I filled almost half of my camera´s memory with shots portraying the beauty of the houses, as well as sculptures on street corners etc.. The food was fine but a little too expensive to feel comfortable ordering whatever one desired. No! You did not eat at McDonald’s in Lux! I can’t believe it… Beautiful photos. I love those photos. This also the first time i see photos of the city center of Luxembourg. Great shot! […] albums are here, and here, as well as […] […] albums are here, and here, as well as […] Oddly enough Matt, I never even thought about you having a blog! how weird is that? Anyway here you are just a few hundred miles from my home in France. I guess you are probably back home now, I’d have bought you a drink – I realized the other day that 100% of my income is generated by WordPress 🙂 Comments are closed.