Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Our Little Corner of the World...visiting Regensburg, Germany!!!

To get into the town of Regensburg, we crossed this 12th Century bridge... read it right...12th Century...
...and still functional!!!
 Our heavy construction engineers and builders could learn a thing or two from
the builders in the 12th Century!!!

I certainly wasn't expecting to hear someone playing a Didgeridoo on a
12th Century bridge in Germany!!!

Regensburg from the bridge...

Such a beautiful spot to sit and enjoy the sunshine and the view!

Regensburg is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites.
It is considered to be one of the best preserved Medieval cities in Germany.

I found myself doing more people watching here!!!

We ran into these girls here, and later in the Bier Garten!!!
We think it was a bachelorette party!!!

TheChief's favorite building!

Have you ever seen such giant bubbles?
I recently tried to use a large bubble frame with my granddaughter...
the soap solution kept popping before it even had a chance to form the bubble!!!

St. Peter's Cathedral...

Quite beautiful...

This guy was quite entertaining!

Then back on the ship and cruising past a sister ship!

To visit more little corners of the on the image below!


  1. It is a beautiful city, and you've really captured that in these shots.

  2. Your little corner of the world keeps getting bigger!

  3. You are so right, when is the last time a bridge here lasted 100+ years? What a beautiful city that is so rich in culture.

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    1. I tried to comment on your site Bas van Es...but I'm not a member of Google +. Know that I check your site regularly!

  5. REALLY nice photos of a beautiful place.
    Yep, they built them to last back then...

  6. Looks like such a delightful city!

    1. A charming city with a charming "personality"!!!

  7. I tend to think that the didg is not a traditional German instrument! But I'm all for variety in street performance!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS: my slowness to comment and visit has been caused by a trip to an island in the Pacific!

    1. Thanks Stewart! Looking forward to your island photos!!!


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