|Gardening at noon|
The weather forecast for the three days in Munich was cold and rainy. It's been mild, low humidity, partly-to-mostly cloudy, and no sign of rain. So the weather was right for an outdoor walking tour. First destination: the English Gardens, or Englischer Garten. (There are times when the translation between German and English is quite simple.)
Walking there we walk past Odeonplatz, which is quite photogenic. And I'm not the first to notice that it is photogenic. This is the plaza from which Hitler would deliver his addresses when visiting Munich.
|Hofgarten, alongside the Munich Residenz, the royal residence in Munich (now museums)|
|Along the Munich Residenz|
|Gazebo in the gardens|
|Lots of people at the Great Pagoda|
|It's a bandstand|
|Dining in the shadow of the Great Pagoda|
The Englischer Garten is full of nature that is beautiful to look at, but not very evocative in photographs.
|Random family on a bridge|
|Waterfalls-rapids hybrid in the Englischer Garten|