Munich, one has to start early.
You should start as soon as possible to whittle away and eliminate places you don't want to live until you get a short list of places you would love to live.
We are just beginning that process.
Today we took a 15 minute train ride to Furstenfeldbruck to take a look-see. The company is paying for our apartment now, but in 18 months, we will have to decide if we want to live here permanently and then it will be up to us to pay for our own living accommodations. As much as we love where we live presently, it might be too steep for us considering the fact that we are still making mortgage payments on our home in Ohio.
day trip. It's a bit early for me to make a decision about living here, but it was a nice way to spend the day.
This photo was of the Ampere River reflecting one of the buildings of the cloister in Furstenfeldbruck.
The picturesque steeple of the cloister.
Here is a little shrine that was up against a hill near the cloister.
One of the many gardens in front of the Cloisters.
I told the hubby that his choice of clothing blended in with the lovely fall foilage.
Here I am trying to hold up this tree near the river!
- Expats Again
- Munich, Germany
- I am married to the love of my life and am finally able to shower him with all of the attention he deserves. I am now retired and living the life here in Europe. I am an American, he is an Australian, and this is our second overseas address. The first was Shanghai, China and now Munich, Germany. Come along and live the life with us as we continue our adventure of discovering all Europe has to offer.