Stone Bridge

We spent two days in Regensburg, Germany.  If you ever get the chance to visit Germany, Regensburg is a town to see.   To think that you can walk across the Danube River on a cobblestone bridge during the 1100’s!

Regensburg was spared during the war so the buildings are old and very charming.  We saw marks on many of the old buildings showing the water line from flooding over the years.  Many water lines were over my head and yet these beautiful buildings still stand with such charm.

The view from the old stone bridge is incredible.

Look what was waiting for us on the other side…

Cobblestone streets and UPS!  Definitely a site to see.

Shopping!  The town is filled with quaint little shops and restaurants.  We had such fun!

I love a vacation!

Anne

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  • Anita K - Anne

    Gorgeous photos, everything looks so clean. What a cutie pie, glad you had a wonderful visit.ReplyCancel

  • Clara - Such beautiful pictures, I hope to go to Germany someday. It’s where my husband’s ancestry is from. Wonderful place to vacation!!ReplyCancel

  • Barb - So beautiful!! I’m so happy For you that you had this opportunity.

    Don’t we just love the UPS truck, no matter where!

    That Lily is just too precious!ReplyCancel

  • Jocelyn - We visited Belgium a couple of years ago, and I was in awe to see building that were built in the 1400’s. The were built before Columbus sailed for the New World.ReplyCancel

  • courtney - I live about an hour from Regensburg and I absolutely love that town- there is soooo much to see! Did you find the love lock bridge? Its one of my favorite places!ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen Solomi - I’m loving your pictures Anne . ThankyouReplyCancel

  • Ronda - Oh Anne it sounds like you had so much fun!! I know how much fun the grandbabies are. Your whole life changes when one of these comes on board. So wonderful! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Gorgeous photos, Ann. Visiting Europe reminds us of how young our own country is. One can’t help but be in awe when you walk on a cobblestone road with that kind of history, to think of the footsteps that preceded yours. I love that you take photos of UPS trucks wherever you go….we do, too! About grandbabies, words are inadequate….Lily is beyond precious :)
    Thank you for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Hildy - You know my favorite city in germany is Munich … perhaps because I’m living here all my life! Have you ever been here? If not there’s a great quilt shop in Gauting, a few miles away from the city … just saying;-) HildyReplyCancel

  • Martine - Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos with us.ReplyCancel