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2015年11月17日 星期二

Munich 14.On the way to Nymphenburg (慕尼黑. 14:在寧芬堡宮路上)

Traveling can be tough at times. Often, for the sake of not missing a train, you may only have just enough time to grab a sandwich and a coffee or anything else which will fill your stomach without adding too much poison into your system in the process. 




My grub at the train station



German ad at the tube station





Germany is eco-conscious. They allow bikes on their underground. To encourage people to use less gas, they have bike stations at various busy urban locations so that you may borrow a bike at one bike station and leave it at the next after use. 




Another tube ad




You need to push a button to open the train compartment door which will automatically close when the train re-starts




Everywhere you see pubs. You can be sure you won't go without the national drink, even in a sparsely populated dormitory town in the suburbs.




It's rare to find a house without some kind of flowers.
  


Some garage doors are painted in bright and cheerful colors




As they love flowers, there's bound to be a florist no matter where you go

and a tree in every garden



Flowers in front of a local restaurant




wooden benches, wheel barrows, creepers




The Blutenberg Castle in the mist



A huge meadow and a church in the distance



A huge spider web filled with morning dew
 


Red berries growing in the wild




Moss on tree bark




Worm eaten leaves



Houses in the countryside




Colorful trees around every corner


a rural school

Flowers in a garden outside my next destination



One of them




Tiny star-like flowers in purple



Arranged into rows



in red, yellow, purple and pink

Concerts all through November to early December at the castle  Handel, Vivaldi, Mozart, Verdi...



Mandolin and piano and guitar



Bach, Rossini, Busoni: never a week without music in Germany