Daily Life in Munich

Hello everyone! I’m Ladylee and I’d like to share with you my daily life in Munich. I’ve been living here for the last 25 years and I love it! Yesterday, there was a sign that spring is coming. 2015 016 But this morning, I was greeted with snow! 2015 003 But still, I love this city. We can ski or go to the Alps in the winter. OK, sometimes, winter lasts a long time and our garden is full of snow enough na 004 But once the weather is nice, we can do a lot of things. Here’s a field at the back of our house.

fields
fields
on my bike That’s me on my bike! church This is St. George’s church near our place. We have a lot of churches here. One of them is the Assam Church in the city centre. It’s a must-see baroque masterpiece with every inch covered with ornaments and embellishments.
Assam church
Assam church
And since we are in the city centre, you might like to see our town hall, the Marienplatz.
Marienplatz
Marienplatz
Tourists watch its mechanical people moving twice a day. Near Marienplatz is our Viktualienmarkt, where we have the May pole and where we can buy lots of things.
May pole
May pole
münchen 011münchen 013 Here’s Isar, our main river. We can cycle, jog or simply relax in nature. Isar Our favourite pasttime is cycling to the beergarden where we listen to a jazzband, drink beer and eat sausage salad. jazzbandbeer and wurstsalat I can’t wait for spring to really start! Cheers everyone and have a nice day!

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29 thoughts on “Daily Life in Munich

  1. It was so nice to take a mini tour of Munich. It seems very quiet and peaceful and Assam church looks so beautiful inside. Thank you for sharing your daily life and hope spring shows up very soon 🙂

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  2. Haha, at the begining I really thought you lived in Münich, I’v been in Germany many times and once I spent a day in that city, the truth the city is very nice and people are talkative. The Town Hall is a big building with a restaurant besides the enttrance (alll the cities and villages in Germany have un restaurant) You have described Munich so well so I thought you were living there!!!!!!! At first moment I tought I was mistaken…. because you live in América!!!!!!

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    1. I have lived in Munich for the last 25 years, Rosa 🙂 I lived in different parts of the world before – Philippines, Switzerland, France, USA, UK and now, I’m in Germany. I love living in Munich. Cheers and have a nice day, Rosa 🙂

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  3. That’s to say…. YOU LIVE THERE!!!!! I have some friends in Hailbronn, and from time to time I go there, besides I’ve travelled around Germany and visited many places, I like Germany, and I LOVE travelling in many countries around oiur world. Have you been in Spain?…. you must… Barcelona,my city is wonderful, A kiss Patty

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    1. Give us a shout when you are here in Munich, OK? We can meet for coffee. And yes, I have been to Barcelona, I think 4 times. My brother-in-law used to live there, not to mention FC Barca is my son’s fave. cheers! 🙂

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  4. Reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:
    I love Germany and would visit had my college teacher not told me my German was awful. I still cry about that sometimes. Thanks for taking part in the HR Challenge and for sharing your daily photos with us! -OM
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  5. Thank you so much for sharing beautiful Munich! I used to live there for a while and I love it in spring when everything starts to bloom. I can still see the chestnut and cherry trees exploding with pink and white!

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