Rambling Laywer

Trying to spend more time seeing the world at a walking pace.

In the Dachauer Moos

A footpath following bridleways (and some country roads) between Markt Indersdorf and Petershausen parallels the Jakobsweg along the Glonn river northwest of Munich. Once again the path starts with a 12th century Abbey, Augustinian this time: the Assumption of Mary, St. Peter and Paul, now operated as a school. Rolling countryside with views across the …

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No Visit to Regensburg

Is complete without a visit to St Peter’s. A 13th century French Gothic cathedral and UNESCO world heritage site. The stone work, inside and out, is incomparable and the stained glass is supposed to be the most extensive medieval workmanship (15th century) north of the Alps.