This is a prime example of, “oh, that’s a nice picture” at the time, and ‘oh what the hell is about to happen to that guy?’ in retrospect. I hope he’s okay…
Though I am still partial to the glorious red Praha trams, I did rather enjoy these sunny trams snaking their way around Budapest.
Bamberg is lovely, and so close by. It really begs the question… why not just stay on the train that I take nearly every day and go there?*
*Work. Minor detail.
Note: this is not one of our new bees. This was a few years ago at the Bavarian Land and Garden Show, which was a wonderfully colorful and aromatic place. All kinds of insects highly approved!
Apparently it’s been seven years since I went back to Prague for House Hunters. Time flies.
This weekend was a lot more homestead than scenery. But on the plus side, we now have bees. Fun!
I feel fairly lazy today looking at this throw back to this day two years ago. Nine hours up and down the highest peak in Norway is slightly more intense than a few flights of U-Bahn stairs in between here and the Biergarten, which is as far as I got today. Oh well, a girl’s gotta get her Bavarian breakfast when she can.
Greetings from the fiery midst of Europe! In case you haven’t heard, we’re having a fairly major heatwave and this week has been a whole lot of sweating in various locations, and/or hiding inside the house with windows and shutters closed until the safety of nightfall. While I don’t doubt that this fjord is still far too cooooooold for a swim, it sure would’ve been nice to have the option this week.
This reminds me of the fact that I never actually finished writing about all the things we did in Cinque Terre, and since that was four years ago… think I have to let that one go. Suffice to say, even the parts that I didn’t post about were also gorgeous and skies were crazy and buildings were sun-kissed and and and… *sigh* Italy.
There are few things that I love more than this time of year, with every field, garden, and even highway rest stops, full of bright red spots of poppies.