We meant to leave early this morning on a ferry to Como, to get to Milan early in the afternoon. The first ferry was at 3 p.m., so we killed time by going on a long walk (about 3 miles) through the villages in the hills between Tremezzo and Lenno. So much beauty, I thought […]
I don’t have a lot of time for blogging right now, but I thought I’d share a picture or two with you along the way! View of Varenna, along Lake Como.
Something I love about Germany is that everyone takes walks on Sundays. All the stores are closed, and it is a day for family and friends. Even though it was freezing cold during my weekend in Regensburg, plenty of people were out enjoying the sunshine along the Danube river.
And now back to our regular programming… Last weekend I took a little retreat by myself in Regensburg. By chance, Jeff and I had stumbled upon a really cute little Parisian cafe for lunch the last time we’d been there. It was connected to the Hotel Orphee. It was at lunch that I realized how […]
After spending such a wonderful day in Nuremburg on Thursday, by Saturday morning we were ready to go back for more! We booked a cheap hotel room online, grabbed a change of clothes, and headed out for a miniature family vacation. Wonder what they see? Here’s another one. Once again, the weather was absolutely […]
It’s been a while since we have gotten out just to explore a new city besides our own. OK, that’s not true. Jeff and I went to Regensburg two weeks ago on a daytime date while Amelia was in school. But that doesn’t really count for two reasons: 1. We wasted most of our time […]
Yes, I am rather backlogged on things I want to share with you. First, we’ll talk about Munich.Three weekends ago, we planned a rather last-minute trip to Munich. We found a European version of Hotwire and locked in a great price on a “top secret” hotel near the English Garden. It turned out to be […]