I, Danny was fortunate enough to accompany my mum and family travelling to Bavaria.
First I found great bushes to climb in my auntie’s garden
while my mum tried to shoot dinner (at a Middle Age Market in Schongau)
….. we did have salad that night…. 🙂
We enjoyed driving along the Kochelsee in beautiful sunshine,
then up a mountain
and down again to the Walchensee.
There we went with a cable car to the Herzogstand and enjoyed the hot weather in 1600m height.
It was so wonderfully warm, the view was breathtaking from the top seeing so many more mountains of the Alpes.
I was allowed to sit right by the window in the cable car so I could see better going down.
It was an amazing experience for a bear. ( just a bit hot with my fur)
I am so grateful to see so many beautiful mountains, lakes and winding roads in hot sunshine.
On our way home we stopped at a really little lake/pond with a duck family which was brilliant to cool down after a hot day.
( this little one was the slowest…. so was my mum with taking the picture…)
A great day out for all of us!
A day out works wonders – like a mini holiday.
You come back refreshed and relaxed.
I tried it for you to give you experienced advice.
We went for one day and night to Cambridge, the famous University town.
Cambridge is a city on the River Cam in eastern England, home to the prestigious University of Cambridge, dating to 1209. University colleges include King’s, famed for its choir and towering Gothic chapel, as well as Trinity, founded by Henry VIII, and St John’s, with its 16th-century Great Gate. University museums have exhibits on archaeology and anthropology, polar exploration, the history of science and zoology.
Walking along the river Cam are many bridges- hence the name Cambridge.
We came along punters and we signed up for some punting.
What an amazing experience, what fun!
‘Concussion’ Bridge (low)
Bridge of Sighs
The Sky was blue,
the weather was hot,
a real mini holiday!
Go for a mini holiday,
do something different at the spur of the moment,
enjoy every moment
and have fun.
You feel refreshed, relaxed,
ready for the new week!
There is a religious catholic holiday in Germany called Fronleichnam
In English it is called Corpus Christi.
I was fortunate to witness it on Thursday, while I visited my mum.
Custom is that people make flower carpets where the procession walks along.
They are made out of leaves, flowers and petals of different colours.
I saw the fresh carpets in the morning, and they were so beautiful.
Please peruse through the slideshow:
We saw the procession coming from the church.
The priest read from the bible and then they
continued to the town center.
It was lovely to watch in beautiful sunshine.