Time for change
So I've taken a pretty long hiatus... well I think that it's been about a week or so since I've posted anything. We just got back from the southern part of Germany a few days ago and have been all wound up. You can really feel fall in the air which really means time for a change. I still can't shake that old feeling of getting all excited to go back to school... a new fresh year.
Instead of going back to school though I'm on the job hunt. It's getting serious. Someone... please give this girl a job!
Here are some photos from Munich. Such a lovely city. We unfortunately spent a lot of time at a fabric trade show. It was pretty exciting to see all the new collections, but we did spend some beautiful days inside and didn't get to do too many of the touristy things on our list. I should add though that Liberty has some really great prints coming out next fall so keep and eye out for them.
Some things to look out for in Munich if you're headed there.
Kopfeck - really great German style vegetarian food. The atmosphere is a little rocker but the food was delicious. It's maybe better to sit outside if a table is available and the weather good.
Prinz Myschkin - a vegetarian restaurant with delicious fake meat dishes... and tons of other stuff. It's a little pricey but not too over the top.
Thomas Schütte exhibition at Haus der Kunst
Museum Brandhorst - We didn't see the show although it looked in part interesting. We had already spent too much time walking around and were too tired. We just enjoyed some cake and coffee in the cafe and took a look around the museum shop.
the MUJI is HUGE and we spent a little too much time there sifting through the sales racks.
Funf Höfe - an interesting building probably built by the same architect that designed the Olympic Stadium in Beijing. It's worth a walk-through. Plus it houses MUJI.
theatiner filmkunst kino - a lovely little old lady was sitting in the ticket booth at this movie theater. I felt like I was in the 40s. The theater was pretty small but absolutely beautiful. A strange thing though... it was raining earlier and a girl a few rows in front of us decided to take her pants off and hang them on the side paneling to dry. strange no? (pictured above)
Allois Dallmayr Bistro Café. This is also a great place to pick up nice little gifts. They have tons of beautiful little bottles of liquers, confiture, teas, coffee... and more.
So I think that's enough for today. I'll post some of our Liechtenstein highlights tomorrow.
Posted by ilovesasek at 11:19