“Most of the luxuries, and many of the so-called comforts of life, are not only not indispensable, but positive hindrances to the elevation of mankind. With respect to luxuries and comforts, the wisest have even lived a more simple and meager life than the poor.” Henry David Thoreau
I know the blog posts haven’t been steady lately, but I’ve been catching up on a lot of the images from the trip. They will be more frequent from now on.
During my last year in Memphis, I hosted a number of people via Couchsurfing. One of the people I hosted is now living in Munich. I contacted her while I was in Italy and she agreed to host me while I was inMunich.
She gave me a list of things to see in Munich. One of the main things that blew me away is the number of gardens in the city and how beautiful and lush they are. I spent a large part of the first day just walking around the various parks and gardens.
My favorite garden in Munich? Hands down, the beer garden. The Germans know how to appreciate their beer and they love to enjoy it in beautiful gardens.
Below are some photos of the beautiful gardens in Munich.