Sunday can be tricky in Germany, depending on where you live. Many places don’t do Sunday opening, meaning most shops are closed and other amenities keep limited Sunday opening . Sunday here is very much a day to relax, go to Church, go for a stroll, maybe visit the ice cream parlour (Even in Winter. Never too cold for… Continue reading Housing History.
Before we begin, let me put it out there. This post is going to involve some talk about nudity, although fortunately no images of myself or anyone else in the nude. No sniggering at the back , please! Especially from the Brits. With that little disclaimer out-of-the-way, on we go.Why, you might wonder, are we talking about getting out… Continue reading German Saunas-Nakedness, Wellness & Better Body Image.
Although I’m a girl who loves coffee shops, department stores and the bustle of a good size town or city, I also need an outdoor fix sometimes. There is just something about being in the forests and mountains that appeals to me, soothes me. So, I consider myself very lucky indeed to live just a hop away… Continue reading Panorama Bridge
We couldn’t have visited Prague without taking a day out of the city to visit Kutna Hora and the infamous ‘Bone Church’. The ossuary is located in Sedlec, one of the oldest parts of the town. Now famous as a tourist attraction and one of the twelve UNESCO world heritage sites the Czech Republic can lay claim to, Kutna… Continue reading Kutna Hora, Beautiful Bones.
As much as I love food , I do tend to struggle with eating when we travel. I have a fairly long list of can’t-eats and don’t-eats, I don’t eat red meat and frankly I am fussy .I wasn’t expecting great things for me, food wise, in the Czech Republic. But I sensed I might be onto a winner… Continue reading Oh, Sweet Prague!