We trampled through the little “Erzgeberge”. Stopped at the playground for some fun. I am not quiet sure about other areas in Germany but the playgrounds (spielplatz) in our area are pretty cool. Have you noticed how elaborate some playgrounds are and are not?
Found these little eyes gazing at shoes almost to the point of forgetting about ice cream. I think I would chose a new pair of shoes over ice cream. I need to find some new shoes and check out you know those Birkenstocks.
Little hands slithering through bright colors and clothes. Are we there yet? It’s pretty hard to find an ice cream store (Eis Laden) in this town.
Not here. We looked up and saw the church not there either.
Hmmm.. we ventured down the pedestrian zone (no cars allowed). Rosie and Maryville stopped for a hug.. “Be nice to each other I think someone needs a hug.”
Still no ice cream.
Opa, so kind to drive us to the castle. Yep… next to the castle there is a restaurant and ANOTHER amazing playground. So we arrived and enjoyed our ice cream in a restaurant with a great view and dead animals everywhere (EHGKK). “Are they real mama?” Mary asked… We’ll they once were alive.
Come get your ice cream!
I will have more clothes to show and tell our container arrives on Tuesday with all of our rubbish. Actually rubbish… What is that?
This is one of my favorite blazers. Oh why? It’s the fabric, the fabric and the fit. I found this blazer at one of the thrift shops in Silicon Valley for $5.
I paired it the blazer with this long flowy skirt. My dear husband loves these skirts and with this one I love the pattern and the colors. Again this is thrift find for $3 at the local Goodwill store in Silicon Valley.