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Lazy day in Bad Reichenhall

Bayerisch Gmain

I can’t believe that it is already May! Where has the time gone?

I have spent the first day of May in the beautiful little town of Bad Reichenhall in Bavaria, Germany. We took a nice walk on this sunny day from the Austrian border of Salzburg to Germany.

Bayerisch Gmain But why walk along the path if you can run through the fields?!

Bayerisch Gmain

 

Bayerisch Gmain

Bayerisch Gmain

P.S. I was wearing my new favorite jeans from Uniqlo as seen in my April Favorites

In Bad Reichenhall we stopped at the café Reber, which is famous for its delicious Mozartkugel, a chocolate truffle filled with marzipan and nougat. I sipped on a lovely Amadeus Spritz while soaking up the sun. It was delicious! A drink mixed with Prosecco, soda water, elderflower syrup and mint leaves, very light and summery. I’m planning on recreating it at home.

reber

After a little chocolate truffle feast, we walked to the Königlicher Kurgarten which can best be translated as the ‘Royal Spa Garden’. It is a beautiful park, great to relax and to let yourself unwind. 

Kurgarten We walked over to the ‘Gradierhaus’ wanting to experience its refreshing effect. The ‘Gradierhaus’ is the world-largest open-air inhalatorium. I have no idea how it works exactly, but you basically walk along the house taking deep breaths. 

Gradierhaus

Gradierhaus

Gradierhaus

I found my perfect spot to relax. Can you guess where it was? ;)

Kurgarten

Kurgarten

fountain-chelsea-boots

Kurgarten

Kurgarten

Kurgarten

Kurgarten

After lazily listening to the gentle purl of the water we were getting hungry. So we set out to one of our favorite Italian place in Bayerisch Gmain, Da Mario. I opted for a light meal and ordered the gratinated gnocchi :D Deliciously cheesy and the perfect ending to such a lovely day!

gnocchi alla sorrentina

Bayerisch Gmain

 “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Xo Vicki

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