Green day - the perfect retreat

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:51 AM in , , ,
Last weekend we had a relaxing walk in the Schoenbusch Park, Aschaffenburg where I found my perfect retreat for a calm life, want to join me?



What a lovely, green place for relaxing.

Lindo deve ter siso o passeio.Bela foto! beijos,chica

Könnte man gut als Wochenednhäuschen nutzen...

Lieben Gruß

I definantly want to join you it looks beautiful.

So beautiful; it's relaxing just to look at. =)

Yes, I'd love to join you. What a serene, lovely park!


Such a lovely setting. I would love to spend an afternoon sitting there reading and napping. I found your blog from the Green Day link-up. Have a great weekend!

@Kaia - that is true, it was pure delight!
@Chica - gracias!
@Cloudy - das ist wohl war :)
@Luan - we do have similar taste, don't we? :)
@Jacqueline - indeed!
@Yoko - it is a huge park, very lovely walks possible among its paths!
@Tracy - welcome! Reading is a great option!

Nice place! Relaxing if it comes with its own gardener!! :-)

@Chloe - that is true, I have not thought of that!

what a pretty building and area!

Calling by today from the Green Day meme, what a lovely place to retreat to.

I'd love to join you there, it looks so peaceful; the ideal place for a relaxing vacation.

@TexWisGirl - that is true!
@Karen - you are welcomed!
@Lindy - welcome!
@Evi - I'd take it for a long life :)

Oh that is a gorgeous place - what a stunning building!!! :)

Looks like a beautiful retreat house. Lovely photo. When should I be there? Lol, have a great weekend.

@Ellie - thank you, it was lovely to visit
@Eilleen - if I would have the money to afford such a house, you would be always welcome!

Have a nice trip to my country, I wish I could join you. Hope the weather is nice up there, probably no heat, but a little bit of sun. Take care!

@Sofia - rather cold, but since it is business it will not be so bad!

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