26 August 2014

Flower Gardens From TIrol

The flowers were wonderful in Tirol.  These photos are of tamed gardens, but we also took some photos reminiscent of "The Sound of Music" that I will share at a later time.























While my daughter was at class or practicing, I loved the little cafes in the village.  Coffee was served in coffee cups with a saucer.  No "To go".   I would sit there, and someone would inevitably wander by that I knew, and that person would join me, and we would chat.







I would walk around, and admire the window boxes and
the gardens.








P.S.  I've read all your comments, and I am trying to visit everyone's blog to catch up.





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42 comments:

  1. What a beautiful garden and landscape:) I had never been to Tirol... The serenity in the photos makes me just want to pack up and move there...

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    1. Thank you, I agree. It's very different compared to where I live.

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  2. How very beautiful! You must have felt you were in a fairy tale! How nice to have people you know stop by to chat and enjoy the ambiance. What a lovely experience. xo Karen

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    1. Thank you, Beatrice. It was so different than what I am accustomed.xoxo

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    1. Thank you, Sarah. xoxox It was so different for us; we are use to the desert.

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  4. What beautiful gardens and views. It would be so nice to sit and enjoy coffee while looking at this. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  5. Splendid! I love walking around and admiring gardens bursting with flowers that I am not familiar with, as they don't grow in my area. It much have been fun!

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    1. I agree, Kim. Since we live in a desert, this was so special for us. xooxxo

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  6. What a gorgeous way to spend a summer! I love your photo of that pretty little garden. The cafe life sounds so wonderful. Wouldn't we all live in a wonderful little village like that if we could?

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  7. These photos were quite refreshing to my soul, really enjoyed looking at them. :)
    Blessings to you! Debbie

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  8. Just beautiful! Looks like a peaceful place for coffee!

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  9. What a simply wonderful trip. I'm sure it is a trip your daughter will never forget! Thank you for sharing your photos and the gentle and calming scenery! Just beautiful!!

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  10. Lovely scenes of the flower gardens and vegetable plots in the Tirol with the pretty houses and magnificent mountains in the background. The place looks very peaceful and a good place to walk in the fresh air.

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    1. It's a wonderful area. It was also nice to get out of the heat here. xoxo

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  11. Such gorgeous views! I'd love to explore it!

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  12. What a beautiful place to spend a summer in with your daughter!

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  13. It sounds and looks like a restful place!

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  14. Lovely dahlias. I'm glad you had a great time :)

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    1. Thank you. xoxo I wondered what they were, because they don't grow where I am.

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  15. Beautiful flowers and I love how you enjoyed your coffee. :-)

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    1. Thank you, Carla. xoxo We went to a lot of cities this summer, but the three we spent in this village were unforgettable.

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  16. Oh my goodness, I can't get enough of these pictures! How incredibly beautiful and charming :)

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  17. All the pictures are stunning, I feel like Heidi just looking at them! The flowers and the views are amazing.

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    1. Thank you, Magali! I agree. Walking up the sides of mountain everyday, we imagined sleding down in winter. xoxo

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  18. How Beautiful Su. I need to catch up on your lovely trip. I have been taking the summer off from visiting blogs to pull myself away from the computer to enjoy summer. I will have to catch up with all you have been doing. Looks pretty amazing.
    Kris

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    1. Thank you for visiting today, Kris. I empathize, and thank you. xoxoox Have a wonderful weekend.

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  19. It looks so therapeutic and restorative. What a wonderful place to spend some time.

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  20. Such a lovely way to spend time while your daughter was engaged elsewhere. I LOVE every photo and every little glimpse into daily life there! Thank you for sharing it with all of us!
    xoxo,
    Lin

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    1. Thank you, Lin. We both had a great time, and she learned so much. xoxox

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  21. Oh my friend,
    this is so familiar to me! It's right around the corner of the place where I live and I'm so glad you had a nice stay! Your pictures are adorable! I hope you'll have coffe with me next time!
    All my best and a happy happy weekend
    Elisabeth

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    1. Thank you, Elisabeth. I had no idea that you were so close! If she attends next year, we will. A Happy Weekend to you too! xoxox

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