Thursday, 12 May 2016

Throwback Thursday, Moments in Time, 12 May 2016 Wiesbaden, Germany


Wiesbaden was where my husband was based just before we moved to Germany
and quickly became one of my favourite places. 
A historic spa city from way back in the Roman times, 
 it is filled with beautiful architecture as it suffered far less damage
than Frankfurt in WWII. 
Only a twenty minute drive from home, was a favourite place to shop, eat and drink.
This time last year I headed in to Wiesbaden on a gorgeous Spring day. 
A gorgeous day to wander through the market square, marvel at
the gorgeous neo Gothic Marktkirche, the City Palace, a palace for the Heir to the throne
 and The Heathens Wall, Wiesbaden's oldest structure from Roman Times.

Also a perfect day to buy some in season and absolutely delicious 
White Asparagus and for just €1 a kilo you can have them peeled before 
heading home and having a scrummy white asparagus, prawn, tomato pasta dinner.

Now feeling homesick for Germany and really, really missing White Asparagus season!


Marktkirche, Wiesbaden, Germany

The City Palace, Wiesbaden, Germany

The Heathens Wall, Wiesbaden, Germany

White Asparagus, Wiesbaden Market, Germany

White Asparagus, Wiesbaden Market, Germany

White Asparagus, Wiesbaden Market, Germany


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