And then I thought I could use the list to take photos on our trip to Munich. I carefully printed out the list and then just as carefully left it at home. I could remember one or two of the things and I looked up the list on Rinda's blog using my phone but couldn't find a pen to write things down! So I winged it a bit! But I seemed to do okay with the photos I took.
I ended up with around 450 photos from our 5 days so using Rinda's list is a great way to show you just a few of the things we saw.
Rather than listing them numerically I'm going to do them by the day.
#3: City Hall or civic building. Here is the Rathaus in the centre of Munich. Rathaus is German for Council House.
About half way up the tower of the Rathaus is a clock with moving characters. Here's a rather wobbly video I took.
#8: A Tower. Munich was full of towers and to take this photo of the communication tower at the Olympic Park we climbed the 306 steps to the top of the Alter Peter Church tower.
We visited two Royal Palaces and Oberammagau. I'll do a separate post about that.
It rained. Really, really wet rain and we were soaked. However I did see these.
#10: A bench outside.
#13: A fence. I'm hoping railings count as a fence. This is at Nymphenburg Palace.
From this Palace we went back to the City Centre and visited the Residenz which had this, the Cuvillies Theatre.
#2: Theatre for the performing arts
And so to Tuesday.
We took the train to Augsburg where amongst other things we saw a Cathedral, the house where Mozart's father was born and lots of beautiful buildings. And there were lots more towers!
#1: An Open Air Market
#14: A stained glass object. A window in the cathedral.
#17: Candle(s). This candelabra in the cathedral with a beautiful quilt on the wall behind it.
When we got back to Munich we walked round some of the areas we hadn't done before and went to a Dali exhibition. Then back to the hotel where I was able to snap
#6: Someone taking a nap.
The last day of our trip. We started at the Deutsches Museum.
Bonus (or possibly substitute) item: A sundial
The museum was amazing. Absolutely full of technology and I thought I would have to use this rather elegant wind turbine for #16.
However, all was not lost. Downstairs in the basement in the children's play area was
#16: A windmill. Who would have thought!
And of course the museum had to have a tower.
And from the roof I was able to take a photo of lots more towers!
In the afternoon we walked through the Englischer Garten and saw these:
#12 A cloud in the shape of something.
I thought this one looked a bit like Popeye but I think the shape had changed by the time I took the photo. It could be a dragon.
As could this with a bit of imagination . Or maybe the head of a bird!
And lastly for our trip
#4: Airplane. It was dark by the time I got airside at the airport so I hope you can make out the aeroplane in this photo.
But to make sure, here's the inside just before we took off.
I'm really pleased with my haul of photos for Rinda's challenge. Just a few more to collect before September 21st. Perhaps I'll put the list of what I need into my phone!
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