Isar – life is here.

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.

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Dog on wheels

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!”

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Photo tour through Kreuzberg

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..

 

Such beautiful portraits!
Such beautiful portraits!

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The three monkeys? Not naming them but the representation?! Hilarious!
The three monkeys? Not naming them but the representation?! Hilarious!

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A view from my window!

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.

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Schwarzwald – Serene & Stunning!

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.

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