8 February 2013

Borderline

Arlon, Belgium
By Haleigh In Non classé

Two sleepy girls, we pulled ourselves out of bed by noon to make it across the border for lunchtime. Caroline was waiting for us in Arlon with a cook book of ideas to make sure we would leave anything but hungry. We filled up on warm banana bread and apple pie and decided a walk in the woods could do us good. It was like a fairytale, quiet and covered in white, mist hovering a top the trees of the forest at this pink chateau in the snowy woods. We walked the trails and imagined someday one of us might get married there. The sun was setting so eventually we went on our way. Back to Luxembourg, we navigated the snowy roads as the lights came on, leaving behind the country where buildings come in beautiful pastels and American friends wait for you on a Sunday with something home cooked and the perfect way to spend a winter afternoon. 

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pastel buildings in Arlon, Belgium

Emilie and Haleigh in Arlon, Belgium

baking apple pie

banana bread with cream cheese frosting

ducks on the snowy frozen lake

a magical snowy park in Belgium 2

at a frozen lake in Belgium

Haleigh at Chateau d'Oye in Arlon, Belgium

Chateau du Pont d'Oye, Belgium

Chateau de Pont d'Oy in Belgium 5

Chateau de Pont d'Oy in Belgium 3

antlers at the chateau

bridge over the river in the snowy woods

fishing sign at the lake in the woods 1

bridge over the river in the snowy woods 1

Chateau du Pont d'Oye in Arlon, Belgium in winter snow 4

dark road at night 2

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  2. charisma 8 February 2013

    oh my God! 🙂 I love the lamppost!! xx stay warm!

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  3. Paris in Four Months 8 February 2013

    I never been there but it looks so pretty 🙂 Love the photos!

    Best, Carin
    (www.parisinfourmonths.com)

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  4. Katie 8 February 2013

    the lampost reminded me of the winter wonderland in Narnia!

    that cake & apple pie sound great, perfect weekend 🙂

    Katie x

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  5. Karin - The F Girl 8 February 2013

    Gorgeous pictures, what a magical place!

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  6. Little Pieces of Light 8 February 2013

    Gorgeous photos as always! I especially love the tables and chairs with the lamp in the snow.

    Best
    Milsters

    (http://www.littlepiecesoflight.com/)

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  7. Faye 8 February 2013

    Your photos are always so magical 🙂 you have me dreaming of going to Luxembourg

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  8. Shini 8 February 2013

    Funny how the whole place is covered in snow yet your photos make it seem really snuggly and warm. Oh Haleigh you make magique with your photos <3

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  9. Synne 8 February 2013

    The last photo actually gave me goosebumps! This looks and sounds like such a lovely excursion!

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  10. jj 8 February 2013

    I love this pink “house” 🙂

    lesimple.sk

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  11. susan 9 February 2013

    DIVINE!

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  12. Jill 10 February 2013

    Mmmmmm, what a feast for the senses!!

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  13. Jessica Brown 10 February 2013

    This is just lovely 🙂

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  14. Stacey 10 February 2013

    The scenery is so picturesque. Beautiful~

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  15. Municipal Bond 11 February 2013

    I swear these places that you go don’t look real! Beautiful!

    Reply
  16. Erica 15 February 2013

    I love this blog Haleigh, your pictures looks like they come out from a magical dream—

    Reply

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