Thursday, May 31, 2007

One of relaxing place of Cologne

One of the days when last week the sky gave sunshine and blue sky,I was here to relax (today is raining). This is over looking to other side of Rhine.Behind me or where I sat down to took this photo is the area of old city when continue from yesterday posted the water gauge is on the far right site of this photo and just to reminds I've posted this area which was between bridge and underground street. In summer or as long as the weather is warm enough,this area is full with sunbather or people who just need to relax (sometimes in winter too but not for sunbathing ;o). Behind me are many restaurants and hotels. Do you need me to turn around? ;o)

12 comments:

Glenn Standish said...

Sure does look relaxing! Thanks for visiting Toruń Daily Photo!

lv2scpbk said...

It does look relaxing. A good place to read a book.

Abraham Lincoln said...

A beautiful photograph. Very refreshing to see people using the bench and steps to relax. Nice shot.

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marie6 said...

Yes do turn around and get a photo of the rest of the park. We do have alot of places to relax in here mainly by the seafront but sadly we lack your greenery as it is mostly dry and hot troughout most of the year.

Z said...

I'm looking forward to seeing the restaurants and hotels. It's nice to see the Rhein there, sort of like a story of what happened to the children after they left home in Switzerland! Also, the Aare which flows past Villigen flows into the Rhein and is an important tributary. So, the water that flows past me, flows past you after some time. :0)

RamblingRound said...

Yes,turn around and show us what's on the other side!

isabella said...

Looks very modern...I like to think of Cologne as a historic place, but I guess we have to move with the times ;-)

Abraham Lincoln said...

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Dick said...

Knowing you I thougt by clicking on the photo to turn around but it didn't. Maybe in your next post?
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Leena said...

I wish you many sunny, warm, relaxing days on the riverside!

Beetle said...

Thanks all for commented..I'm so relax now to go to bed ;o) zzzz gut nite ;o)

Dina said...

yes please we would like to see what's behind you. Great park you have there. This is what malta's missing , to compensate we have heat and beaches!