“Be you as the brook wherein you may see every stone at the bottom … Not as the muddy creek, of which you only see the surface … but clear and transparent, so that your heart’s love to God and man may be visible to all”.
Today we left our apartment at Josefstrasse 27, Munich. We have been on the second floor of a rather modern building although those across the street are old and quaint.
There is a cafe on Ground level and the seats outside on the footpath are rather intriguing with their white fluffy liners and red knee rugs. I saw the same in other places as we walked around Zurich. During the afternoon I went to have a coffee and said goodbye to Barbara -her English is good – we met her when we arrived.
MM packed yesterday ready for a 7 o’clock start, heading for London via Paris. My morning was filled with writing post cards (the first), finding the post office and wandering for a couple of hours, especially in the area near the apartment.
Lunch was a Schinkensandwich (ham roll) and a Berliner came later.
Erika came in her car soon after 6 o’clock
and took me to her unit in Adlikon by Regensdorf (meaning rainy village) to stay for three nights while MM is in London and we will meet in Munich on Monday.