The Sound Of Muesli

The hills are alive with the sound of muesli
With towns we have played for the last ten days
The hills fill my heart with the sound of muesli
We eat ham and cheese and it even pays…

Sorry, I’ll stop right there.

map of france
we have GPS but I still love maps
gas bottles
Gas bottles at a French service station
swiss cottage
Swiss cottage
innsbruck
Innsbruck from our guest house
vespa
If you lived here you’d have a hell of a time
munich
I want to live in Munich and sit in cafes all day
beethovenstrasse
Beethovenstrasse
damen
Austrian design
herren
Toiletten’
austrian tiles
Bathroom tiles
ebensee
Ebensee
rasthaus
Welcome to the east
the east
Funk Shop
lugato
Lugato
hoffner
Hoffner
privatclub
Privatclub
berlin
Berlin in the morning
road to hamburg

The road to Hamburg

6 thoughts on “The Sound Of Muesli

  1. KudzuCarl

    While in Hamburg, take a side trip to a small town called Luneburg (Lueneburg) that is slightly southeast. One of the quaintest, most well-preserved ancient German cities you’ll ever see. Have a bratwurst from the guy in the trailer in the main square and don’t miss the large church with the leaning steeple.

  2. amy

    I feel lucky to be able to travel Jeff! It’s looking like July for NJ…thanks Guy – yes, I couldn’t stop staring at those mountains.Carl now I’m mad at myself for not having bratwurst (or any kind of wurst) on the trip…we didn’t make Hamburg on this trip but next time we’ll have to seek out Luneburg.Thanks Grahame!JD I’m honored you stopped by – I’ve long loved your illustrations.

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