Green Day - Seminar

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:38 AM in , ,
Yesterday I attended a seminar and I spend 12 hours with my department in a lovely quiet location with a great garden, where I spend all the breaks despite the freezing cold. The sun was not able to fully come through the heavy fog, but the nature was still very relaxing. Happy Friday!



Lucky you to spend time in such a lovely place. Have a great weekend

Feliz sexta feira! Gostei da frase quando você diz que o sol não foi capaz de atravessar a densa névoa! Lindo! Beijos!

Eu adorei a sua postagem. Ali o sol não foi capaz de atravessar a densa névoa, mas aqui no Brasil o sol queima a pele de tão forte! Abraços, Claudia!

Amiga, mas que local maravilhoso. O tempo por aqui tem estado semelhante, mas esses lugares são lindos em qualquer época do ano. Óptimo dia. Abraços. Ailime (portugal)

Lindo lugar, e mais bonito com essa návoa toda!

cool place

Muito lindo! beijos,chica

Que lugar encantador, adorei! Um abraço!

Feliz Green Day!
O mirante da imagem

Have a great weekend Claudia x

It does look lovely and peaceful. Just what you would need I would think after all those hours attending the Seminar! Hope you have a good weekend. Take care.

Lindo local e a névoa só lhe deu mais magia ainda.
Bom fim de semana.

Lindo lugar para fazer um Seminário.
Lindas fotos! Abraços.

nice venue for having a seminar and relaxing green day

have a nice weekend

What a pretty place for a seminar! Sorry, I am late visiting from Green Day! Lovely photos! Have a great week ahead!

@All - thank you for your kind comments, the pictures did not capture the beauty of the garden, but still nice place to relax!

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