We are back in Luxembourg after a extended weekend in our "motherland" Norway. Had a great time with my husbands family. These pictures are from Hardanger which has one of Norway's nicest sceneries. This place is also famous for their apple-, plum- and cherry farms, the Norwegian national costume "Hardanger bunad" (seen on earlier photos) comes from here and also the famous composer Edward Grieg had his roots from here.
Had a lovely evening with the girls and with some wine tasting.
The evening was for women only and the wine that was served was especially picked out for the girly taste. So what is a feminine wine? According to Gilda feminine wine is light, fruity, without tannins and low alcohol level.
We had the pleasure to taste wine from all over the world and accompanied with delicious tapas.
Surely a nice evening in a an award winning wine store.
Daughter is now on her way to Alsace, France, for a 4 days hiking in the Vosges mountains. This is a part of the Duke of Edinburgh and it is her silver award expedition. I am really impressed of this small group of youths and their enthusiasm for these trips. And not to mention that they carry all their equipment for the whole trip in their pack packs, I promise you it is not very light weighted.