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.
On a day as warm as this one was back in 2010, having an enormous tree in the middle of your fortress definitely comes in handy.
Early summer in Salzburg is unbelievably picturesque. Oh wait, that’s every season in Salzburg. The roses are a nice touch though.
Two years in a row had BV and I walking a long way uphill to get to the Bonnerhütte on their first open day of the season. Since we’re taking a break from South Tyrol this May, we won’t be getting those sweet sweet dumplings this weekend, but hopefully they’ll still be available whenever we do get there next time.
I do love how you just poke your head around some corners and find things like this. This was somewhere in the Franconian Switzerland, but that’s all I can figure out. It’s okay, I like a little mystery.
Just like these chairs, we are all biding our time just waiting for the next day of ice cream weather.
I do miss the creative signs outside many shops in Prague. They exist here too, but none have quite this combo of fun.
Greetings from the middle of the most glorious long Easter weekend I can imagine. Though it’s been about 24 degrees Celsius and sunny, I think this is about the only kind of flower I haven’t seen sprout up. Give it a day or two though…
Though this picture was from an Easter weekend in the Franconian Switzerland and this weekend isn’t quite Easter yet, it’s looking quite similar out there. Sadly though, no deer this time.