Friday, March 2, 2012

New Friends

Germany | Munich

I received this lovely postcard today from Annett in Munich who found my address on

Annett writes that the main photo for this card is of the Christmas market taking place in Marienplatz, which is right in the city centre. Doesn't it look wonderful with all the lights and the gorgeous Christmas tree? That magnificent building is the New Town Hall which was built between 1867 and 1908 and contains 400 rooms! They really do things big!

The other three smaller pictures were also taken in winter and show the Chinesischer Turm (Chinese Tower in English) which is actually a famous beer garden; the Friedensengel (Angel of Peace in English) located in Maximilian Park and the Theatinerkirche (Theatine Church of St. Cajetan in English) built between 1663 and 1690.

I have received two other pieces of mail through lettermo - one from Tish in the USA and one from Linzé who lives in Pretoria! I haven't received any mail from another South African for ages, even my own family! My attempts to convince them to send me postcards fail because they tell me they will be back from their holiday before the postcard arrives!

So A Month of Letters is over. I did not post any letters because I had enough postcards to write and I managed to post 101 of them! I am pretty pleased with myself ^_~

Postcard Friendship Friday


  1. This card brings back many fine memories of when I lived in Munich. Do you get a chance to travel much, Jocelyn? If so, where do you like to go?

    1. I do not travel much. In fact I do not even go on holiday anymore. I cannot bear to leave my dogs. I know that sounds sad but when I am away from them I feel horrible as if my heart has gone. :(

    2. I know how you feel Jocelyn... I can't go away for longer than one day because I will miss my dog "Bono" too much!

  2. This is lovely! Thank you for sharing with us.

    Wow...Happy PFF!

  3. Great card. Come visit with me and enter to win the card I have posted.

  4. What a lovely card of Munich! I visited there once (a lifetime ago it seems), and remember what a beautiful city it is.

    Happy PFF!