Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Jaime in Germany (Part 1 of 3)

Here begins the 3 part "Visitors Guide to the Coolest Parts of Southern Germany and Austria Worth Visiting if You Only Have Three Days."

Last weekend, Eric took Friday off, and we took off to Germany and Austria. I am going to have to break this weekend up into a few posts. Eric took so many good pictures, and he is going to have to label some of these since he is the one who speaks German.

Landed in Munich. Lucked out with a free rental car upgrade (more on that later), and hit the Autobahn into the city.
Here is the home of Ludwig van Forsyth. Okay, not really. But his first name was Ludwig and I was hoping that we were in some way related so that I could come stay there whenever I wanted.
Ludwig's back yard...niiice.
"Hey, Eric, can I take your picture? I'm taking it...."
"Surprise!" Ha ha ha.
Jaime and Eric in Sepia.
The real name of this place is called Schloss Nymphenburg.
Our view of Frauenkirche from lunch.

Marienplatz and the famous (still running and very old) Glockenspiel.
Marianplatz and Frauenkirche.
Marienplatz is right next to where we ate lunch.

Lunch. There was pretzels just sitting on the table waiting for us to eat. we had amazing potato salad and I ate these little meat patties that were so tasty. but definitely not good for me.

After Munich, it was on to Salzburg to stay the night.


  1. I love Schloss Nymphenburg! It's my favorite place in the world. I love to just walk in the gardens and think. Thanks for sharing these adventures! Awesome. :)