The English garden

We took a relaxing stroll through the English garden (it had finally started to cool off). What a beautiful park! It’s one of the largest city parks in the world and perhaps the only German English garden with a Chinese Pavillion serving as a Biergarten šŸ˜‰

I don’t think I’ve mentioned how quiet Germany is. It’s wonderful! We noticed it immediately when we got into the airport in Munich. German people are simply quiet. Busy streets, airports, restaurants, quiet. It’s really nice, but strange to our American senses.

The English garden was very serene and quiet until… Is that singing? Glass shattering? Rambunctious laughter? We had been walking in the garden for quite some time when we heard uncharacteristically loud voices. We headed towards the light… It was a crowded Biergarten in the middle of a huge, pedestrian only park! Awesome!

Too fun to miss! We each had a beer and shared a pretzel with mustard. We officially love Munich ā¤

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One thought on “The English garden”

  1. I don’t know how much more of this I can handle. It’s so gorgeous. I expected Germany to look a lot like England, but it looks much more colorful. The sun shines more, I can see that!

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