Written for: Carpe Diem #1740 Munchner Jakobsweg
“This month we are traveling around the world searching for pilgrimage-routes as an act of devotion. We have seen already a few beauties and today I hope to inspire you through a not so well known short pilgrims-route in Germany. Today we will take our walk on the so called “Munchner Jakobsweg”.
“One of the most famous (and beautiful) routes travels through South Germany, through Swabia in Bavaria, ending at Lake Constance at the Swiss border (then continuing on through Austria, Swiss, and France).
Along this portion of the Way of St. James, you’ll find abbeys, monasteries, churches, castles, festivals, gorgeous natural countryside, other scenic routes, and the friendliest people. Jakobus, as he’s also called in German, would have been proud to travel along such a route; and you’re going to love it.”
again on my way
walking to Santiago
to find myself
© Chèvrefeuille (our host)
Here is my attempt:
speaking with friendly people
St. James Way