I took out my suitcase the other day to start packing for our trip to Germany but Frankie immediately took over half of it. I didn’t mind since I didn’t plan on packing most of my clothes until just before leaving.
Eventually he fell asleep.
I know the technical quality of these photos is not great because of low light and a moving cat in the first two, but I don’t think many people will complain.
As a side note, we are leaving today and will be in Germany for about ten days. That is why I have not posted this week and probably will only post once more before coming home. We will be staying in Munich and Stuttgart while we are there. If anyone knows any cool day trips we can make, feel free to share it with us. We have some ideas but nothing set in stone.
I hope you have an amazing time in Germany – it’s SUCH a beautiful and friendly country. ENJOY!!
Thanks so much.
Daytrips from Munich: Schloss Linderhof, the only castle Ludwig II managed to see accomplished.
Do not try to get into Neuschwanstein – it is not worth the long queue. On a very limited time budget, try other things: I would recommend at least the OLD Pinakothek (old art museum),
or, as it is too cold here now for the nudists, the Englischer Garten (a vast park).
Schloss Nymphenburg has a beautiful park, too, and a china (as in porcellain) museum.
If you like beer, you could try to get a tour in a brewery (they usually offer guided tours, there) – which offers free beers alongside the tour.
Thanks so much for the advice. I will look at those links when we have time. We were thinking maybe Garmisch Partenkirchen and Salzburg.
English advice what shocks in Germany, some lovely museums recommended, too
We visited Linderhof Palace. I will try to write about my trip on my blog. http://charleshuss.com when I get home. Wir sind huete in Stuttgart.
Since I am German, I recommend foremost German attractions. Have been to Linderhof and the Pinakothek.
I have many ancestors from Germany. I wrote down all the towns my ancestors were from in case I was able to visit them but forgot to bring the list.
Ain’t it always so? Sis and I will visit Japan next spring – and we will make a list (of the attractions we want to see) around Christmas and check it twice … and guess what – we might forget to take it with us …
If you are like me you will forget. 🙂 I hope you have fun.
Wishing you great journey to “your roots”.
Thanks so much.
safe travels all around, enjoy and don’t worry about the parties the cats will be having
in the house until you return 😉 ♥♥
I will miss them.
Some kitty wants to go with you! Travel safely and have fun!!!
He would probably have a better time on the plane than me. 🙂
I think suitcases make awesome cat beds. Have a great trip!
Thanks. I guess I should leave them out when we return.
I think so!
Have a fabulous and safe trip! Did Frankie join you? MOL!!!
Thanks. He wanted to.
Looks like Frankie wanted to go too! Have a great trip. 🙂
I wish we could bring them. Them.
I meant to type thanks.
That makes a nice bed 🙂 I hope you have a great trip.
Thanks so much.
Precious photos! Bon voyage… 🙂
Your cat’s behave on that luggage. I am sure if my cat is lying on my Samsonite luggage, he will just play and gnaw it. I will just get cat backpacks but I am still thinking if I need it.
Frankie scratches the outside of my wife’s suitcase. He must like the material.