Ok, it’s taken me about 6 weeks, but I’ve finally got around to sorting through the rest of my over 600 photos from our holiday in Bavaria and Bonn back in September. I briefly posted back in early October, but here is a fuller photo story of our holiday…
View from our cabin in Bayerisch Eisenstein. It was so beautiful and the air was so fresh I almost felt like I was on a high!
Wandering in Bayer’s streets.
Bayer is in the Bavarian Forest, right on the boarder with the Czech Republic. In fact, the train station is half in Germany and half in Czech, as I demonstrate here!
Us on the top of Grosser Arber.
A day trip out of the forest to the beautiful Bavarian city of Regensburg. It was a bit grey and cloudy that day, but I can assure you the city is very beautiful.
Julieanne in front of another part of the Roman wall. Notice how they built the ‘newer’ buildings into the old wall.
The elusive Lynx. It’s blurry (it’s been cropped), but it was very rainy and being a cat, it did not like being out in the rain much, so it hid deep into the trees. At Falkenstein Naturpark, Bavarian Forest. And yes, there are still some Lynx in the wild in the Bavarian Forest too.
And now the Wild Cat. Though hard to tell in a photo, these cats are much larger than your usual moggie. At Nationalpark Lusen.
Tree-top walk at Nationalpark Lusen.
A riot of colour at the Bundesgartenschau in Koblenz. Was enjoyable to visit, but Chelsea, it’s not!
Playing on the chairs at the Bundesgartenschau in Koblenz
The Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, other side of the Rhine in Koblenz. Another part of the Bundesgartenschau also held here.
Colourful Cauli’s (Bundesgartenschau).
Cycling in the Ahr valley (part of Rhine region) with our friends from Bonn. This is all of us (well, minus me) in the town of Mayschoss. L-R: Alexander, Kate, Simon, Sam & Kevin.
Fantastic use of permaculture ‘edge’. Grape vines, Mayschoss. The tunnel to the left is the bicycle tunnel, and to the right, the train tunnel. I love the Germans, they are so organised.
Julieanne, Kate & Simon. Between Dernau and Ahrweiler in the Ahr Valley.
Sam & Kevin. Who’s the cutest?! In Ahrweiler.
New glass chicken from the Regensburg Glas-haus graces the lottie.
It was a really relaxing holiday in the Bavarian Forest and we had a great time visiting Kate, Simon and the boys in Bonn, and came back refreshed and relaxed. Somehow though, it already seems an ice-age away…
For the extra keen, I’ve posted more photos from the holiday on my web album.