Bavaria has so much to offer.
Like Rosenheim in January.
Actually, the sister of may friend's sister's husband
lives in Rosenheim. That I call a reason to visit.
Museum. Next time.
Hairdressr in ROSENheim.
In the parking lot we saw this:
there is this German tv-series Rosenheim-Cops,
so everybody knows where Rosenheim is.
Well, have to come back again to take the tour!
And off we go, up tp the mountain!
Wendelstein (Central Bavarian: Wendlstoa) is a 1,838-metre-high (6,030 ft) mountain
part of the Bavarian Pre-Alps, and is the highest peak in the Wendelstein massif. (Wiki)
The foundation stone of the Wendelstein Church (Wendelsteinkircherl) was laid
on 1 July 1889 on a rocky ridge a hundred metres below the summit.
On 20 August 1890 Germany's highest church was consecrated. It is dedicated
to the Patrona Bavariae and is managed by the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising
as a satellite church of the parish of Maria Himmelfahrt in Brannenburg. (Wiki)
Down there: Bayrischzell.
Somewhere down there: Rosenheim.
When the rail track was built they got some guys
from abroad. The exhibition at Wendelstein.
And back to the valley.
Happy birthday dear hubby!