When in Germany’s Rhineland region…
…we just had to taste a slice of
Black Forest Cake.
Afternoon tea stop in the
Rhineland Region of Germany
and it seemed only right to try out
some Black Forest Cake
at its point of origin.
These were desserts at
Auckland’s (NZ) Sky Tower…
…we we celebrated No. 1 Daughter-in-law’s
birthday in 2018…
…a few days prior to No. 1 Son’s wedding
to No. 2 DiL…an Auckland girl.
Auckland Harbour Bridge
Inside looking out.
With our branding legislation as it is,
it is difficult to know if this sign means
the whole train or the window
to which the sign is affixed.
Outside looking in.
Commuter train arriving at
Geelong North Station
MGW loved these trains because ladies and children
sit apart from male train travellers.
A Rhineland train.
A Melbourne train from Melbourne’s Sofitel Hotel.
We were there for breakfast after our
Hot Air balloon flight over Melbourne.
The view is from the male public toilets.
Layers from Italy and Germany
Layers of Black Forest Cake.
One of my favourite buildings and its layers
Inside, the layers are smaller…
…but more plentiful.
And the smaller layers create
the larger layers.
We were told that Schönbrunn Palace
was known as the Habsburg’s summer cottage.
With 1,441 rooms the summer cottage
is only about half the size of
the main Habsburg residence.
Then off course there is
the dog house. 🙂
Delicious was the only word
applicable to this…
…Black Forest Cake we sampled at
the Cuckoo Clock Factory