Our Day In Regensberg

We arrived in Germany Thursday and explored Passau, a community that was heavily damaged by this past summer’s floods,

Friday, we woke up to another foggy morning that promised sunshine.


However, as we toured Regensberg, the 56th largest city in Germany, the sun deceived us and it remained overcast and very cool.

But, shopping was vibrant on our walk through town.

IPHONE EUROPE 2013 (125)

We also loved the bridge of locks where lovers have their names inscribed on locks and they put them on the bridge and throw the key into the River.  Should they break up, the locks are then cut off.



9 responses to this post.

  1. Thanks for sharing, Anthony. Loved seeing your photos and thinking about travel in Germany.


  2. Posted by Peggy bowden on October 26, 2013 at 7:45 am

    My husband was in the army and served most of his tour in Germany and loved the country. He always wanted to go back but regrettably circumstances kept him from achieving that dream. I am living it thru your awesome pictures. Thank you for that. Keep the pictures coming.


    • Peggy,

      I’m glad your husband got to see Germany when he was younger. It was a nice place to visit and I’m glad you’re enjoying the pictures. Take care, my friend.



  3. Hello, Dear Friend, Thank you for sharing your trip with me. Love the pictures of your and Ray’s beautiful adventures!! Have another blessed day. I will be waiting to hear from you. Continued safe travels.


    • Suzie,

      Thank you very much for the kind comments. I have a few more stories and pictures.

      It was a great time and I hope you get to go to some place cool soon and I’ll follow your adventures.



  4. Posted by KidazzleInk on October 31, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    I’ve just been blogging about Regensburg too. Don’t ask how but I actually got lost there for a while!


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