Under the blue blanket and among the greens, the family posed happily as they all swam.
Every city has a character of its own, could be its rich history with old unesco heritage buildings, museums, sculptures around the city, shopping malls, plazas, dancing fountains, gardens, beautifully constructed bridges, famous hotels or restaurants, tall sky scrapers or just short buildings preserving the heritage and of-course the people that make the city.
On our recent visit to Munich we had a beautiful view of the park on the sides of river Isar. Its a great place to relax, socialise, read a book, have a beer, experience the evening wind and the cold water gushing your feet. If you are in Munich, make sure to pack a quick snack and visit this beautiful place.
As the sun sets down Muncheners return to the serene part of their daily lives. And we realised this was an inseparable part of Munich’s culture.
The way from Neuschwanstein Castle is a steep one and you need to sprint since there is limited time to catch the bus to Hohenschwangau.
While i was catching my breath i noticed an old man walk past me, dragging his suitcase along. As i looked down at the suitcase, i couldn’t control my smile. Here was a cute dog popping out as if to say, “dude, u suck! Look at my friend here!”
Two hundred years on…the maestro’s halo still prevails. A few clicks from/near Mozart square, salzburg.
One of the largest medieval castles in Europe, and well preserved, Hohensalzburg is a nice spot to get gorgeous views of the city. However, there are a couple of good shots on the way and inside the castle as well!
The colourful ceramic tiles of the small fountain in the courtyard of the old national gallery makes a pretty picture!
One of my favourite reads from the DDR museum. Bruce oh bruce! 🙂
Kreuzberg, happening they said! Well, we walked along on a Sunday morning and didn’t see much moving. But then again, our purpose was to see the graffiti more than the clubs. Here is a photo tour..
A room is incomplete;
without a window, its just four walls of concrete.
A window in the wall,
are our eyes, no matter how small.
To a city that rolls on, or that peaceful serene dawn.
After spending three days in the beautiful valley of lauterbrunnen we moved on to deutschland. Our first stop in Germany was Blackforest. For years i had been yearning to experience blackforest – not just their cakes but the dense green schwarzwald region that was so beautiful in every single picture i had seen.
We stayed at a 150 year old ancestral home of a beautiful german lady in gengenbach.
They say Switzerland is heaven on earth, well, schynige platte or plateau is the proof! Catch a train from Wilderswil and enjoy the beautiful views on your way to this wonderful place about 2000 meters above sea level. Continue reading “Schynige platte – a swiss special!”
“You know what? we are going to travel light this time” i made a note to myself. A sort of commitment that is easier said than done!!
Barcelona is a travellers dream – one of the reasons i can’t stop writing enough about the city. Here is a quick guide.
A hint of orange,
lighting up the snow flakes.