Friday, January 15, 2010

Seeing More Of Munich’s Sights


Snow falling inside one of the many courts of the gothic-style city hall



The view down Rosenheimerstraße, just outside our hotel



The Sankt Lukas Kirche by the Isar river, my grandmother’s church



Reflection of the Kongresshalle, next to the Deutsches Museum

Isartor, one of the remaining gates that were part of the medieval city wall dates back to 1337


A German bullet train, the ICE, awaits its departure from Hauptbahnhof, Munich’s main train station and one of the world’s largest terminal stations


George in front of the Gaststeig, the cultural center of Munich with a huge concert hall, theater and libraries, provide an array of activities and events


A typical Bavarian farming village, accessable only by small country roads in the hill country around Bad Tölz

George and I on the Ludwigsbrücke

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ich war kalt!!!!!!! :)

R said...

This set are very nice photos indeed. I love the many colors and lighting. I love the composition of the first one. I like Jim is dead center, George is 'anchoring' in the front and the building in the background is slanted. Or maybe I'm reading too much into it? Still, me likey.

Jeff said...

Sigh.... Makes me want to go back to Europe right now, but I guess I will have to wait till September when we go to France...