Today I was not feeling well but when I saw the slight mist over the city I decided to go for a short hike anyway.
Location: S-Bahnhof Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle – along Kastanienalee direction north – directly after the Bridge head into the forest on your right– follow the small path around Schönerlinder Teiche – back to S-Bahnhof Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle / Distance: 5 km / Public Transport: S-Bahnhof Mühlenbeck-Mönchmühle / from city center: 17 km / EastWeather: 7 °C, autumn mist / Camera: Nikon D90, 18-105 mm lens
This is my final post from Armenia. It was really a fantastic journey. Look at all those divers landscapes! I can really recommend this country for people who love to go somewhere, where there is no touristic infrastructure in every corner. I would have liked to speak Russian to talk to people more, they all […]
The Monastery was build in 13th century and is picturesquely located next to the gorge of Kasagh river. One peculiarity of this Monastery is the tympanum of the “Bearded Virgins” which are obviously also depicted in Hovanavank Monastery. There is the myth that there are five wise virgins and five stupid virgins with beards and Jesus […]
Jermuk with its today 4.000 habitants, was once a center of soviet medical tourism and is still a mountain spa town today. It is famous for its hot springs and its bottled mineral water. The Gladzor Spa Hotel or Gladzor Sanatorium, seen on the picture above, seams to be a ruin of a former luxurious soviet […]
Noravank (meaning: new) Monastery build in 13th century is a beautiful medieval building complex located 122km south-east of Yerevan in the gorge of Amaghu River. We hiked there through a yellow and red landscape with some great views.
Khor Virap (meaning: Deep Dungeon) Monastery is located directly next to the turkish frontier with stunning views on the Ararat Mountains which were formerly located on Armenian ground. While belonging to Turkey today, Greater Ararat and Little Ararat are still THE national symbol of Armenia. Rosas Haiku: Wolkenumkost ruht Der Ararat – zu Füssen die […]
As we faced really hot weather again and our skin was still embarrassed from our yesterdays walk, we decided to chose a trail with at least partly more shade and walked from Over Haddon along River Lathkill until we crossed the Limestone Way which nearly led us back to where we came from. We even […]
We went on trip north to Peak District National Park in Derbyshire after the Wedding together with the newly weds whose parents own a wonderful apartment in the picturesque valley of Cressbrook Mill. I didn’t know anything about it before because I didn’t have any time to read something about it or to look at […]