Thursday, May 21, 2009

Travelogue Lite

Germany and Austria were beautiful,

the beer delicious,

the buildings historic,

the people friendly,

the museums fascinating.

(I even enjoyed the Deutsche Museum, full of science and technology exhibits.)



And my packing plan worked perfectly!

It's good to be home, however. I spent yesterday unpacking and doing laundry. I thought about doing something in the sewing room in the afternoon, but didn't. In a Munich shop window, I saw this carpet that made me think of my Hoffman.
Maybe I'll get to that today. It was fun to catch up with everyone's news although I haven't commented much. That's something else to do today.

9 comments:

Debra said...

When I was a kid it was such a big treat to go to the Deutsche Museum. I had forgotten about it!

Glad you enjoyed yourself! much better time to go than winter.

McIrish Annie said...

welcome back. sadly I have not posted during your vacation but I am headed on vacation today. just a week to hang around and regroup! will definitely be quilting and blogging and have scheduled a long over due massage.

is that your DH with the beer? quite distinguished!

*karendianne. said...

Welcome back to your American life. As I've mentioned, you were much missed! :) It looks like I'm doing better today, too! That rocks.

Libby Fife said...

So glad you are back and thank you for the photos. I do like that last pic that reminds you of your Hoffman piece. Always good to get ideas from another culture.

Liz said...

Welcome back. I like your travelogue method. It may be short, but you covered all the important bits!

Nellie's Needles said...

Welcome home. Yes, your "travelogue lite" covers the high points and it sounds as though you had a good time.

Allison Ann Aller said...

You lucky lady, having such a wonderful trip! Thanks for the glimpse into it....

paulahewitt said...

what a great trip. i like 'travelogue lite', not that i can keep my own posts brief and to the point :) -but i got a gretsense of the holiday from it

laura west kong said...

Thanks for sharing the awesome photos! I wouldn't think of painting a museum wall that bright cherry pink, but it looks great. =(^_^)=