Making wishes in the church. For happiness and peace mostly.
It was so quiet. I was the only one in there. They had nice music playing so I stayed a while and wrote in my journal.
In Germany they love Easter Trees. I might put one up next year in their honor.
In my pension, whic was 15E a night, including Fruhstuck. A totally amazing couple--- so sweet. The Frau had been born in the house and her sister still lived in town. We were able to talk a little about life and what's important (auf Deutsch) and it's funny how my German is coming along just as I am to leave.
View from my balcony.
In the morning, reflected in the door window.
I was quite enamored with my pension.
I am really going to miss Germany. It is part of my heart.
The Easter treee in my pension.
Signs of spring abound. It makes me happy to be alive too.
I am very happy hiking in the Alps. Near Ramsau. On Der Hintersee.
It was about a 3 hour hike. Pretty steep, but I loved it. My legs are bhappy. They like to work.
I got to the top and there were two 60ish year old ladies changing their shirts in front everyone. In their bras. I like that they have strange modesty levels here.
Sometimes it was really hard to see the "trail" but I did not get lost. My cell phone was dead so it would have been no use, but I figured you just go down, right?
My Frau urged me to go to Salzburg, so I did. It was my 3rd visit. I have not liked it yet. I don't think I will go back. But. No worries. Some places just aren't for everyone. But I like this sign. If I had my own shop, I would copy them.
Everything was under construction. And there were HOARDS of tourists.
I peed behind some trees here, in desperation.. I could not find a toilet.
Asian tourists always have huge cameras.
And this is why I don't watch TV.
I would likek to translate this when I have time.
Konigsee is uber-commercial. Sad.
But I liked these buildings.