We handpick each match and make sure there is mutual compatibility in terms of values, interests, and preferences.We want to make sure that the person you meet is real.“I first tried internet dating in the late 90s.Yet she is not someone who boasts about her network, she is very discreet at what she does and makes sure that the relationships she creates are high in quality.When was the last time you thought about Luxembourg? So, after returning from three full days in Luxembourg City, I pressed my friends and colleagues as well as acquaintances I met at networking events and well-traveled strangers I stopped in New York City about their views on Luxembourg City. The Luxembourg Card -- it costs €19 for a two-day pass and €27 for three days -- gives you access not only to the city buses but also buses and trains all over the country, as well as entry to museums, a cruise on the Moselle River and dozens of other activities. You need a taxi to get from the airport to the city center. For just €1.50, you can board a bus right outside the terminal bound for downtown.Real love can be the most powerful of all things; it can move mountains, and it can move people.If you are one of the single expats in Luxembourg, adjusting to a completely new environment, life and routine, from housing to shopping and going out, love may very well be the next big thing in the cards for you.
Looking for companionship is only natural when there's so much happening in your life right now: new people, new travels, new rules, and new plans.
OK, admit it: This wee country -- and its oh-so-petite and eponymous capital city -- probably hasn't figured into your conscious thoughts.
I polled them on what came to mind when they thought about the nightlife, the arts scene, transportation, the cuisine, safety. (It takes under 25 minutes.) Plus, you can hop on and off the bus within a two-hour window.
The spoken language of the majority of the 400,000 population is Luxembourgish.
The 1984 Language Act determines that French is the only language of legislation, and that French, German as well as Luxembourgish can be used for administrative or judicial purposes.