Impressions of Bad Münstereifel
Last Thursday (January 16th, 2003) was a beautiful sunny day. I went for a walk in Bad Münstereifel and took photos of some of the little things I note everyday on my way to school.
A British telephone and letterbox. I think they were placed there in honour of Bad Münstereifel’s twin city, Ashford, which is in Kent, England. You can see the gate to the castle in the background.
The phone does really work, by the way, but there is a note on the letterbox telling Bad Münstereifel’s tourists to please use the yellow letterbox in front of the post office instead of this one.
Just an old door in an old wall.
The door belongs to a house I pass every day.
A closeup of the birds. Above the door is this key:
The door of a house next to the school – and a closeup of one of the gutter spouts:
This sign seems so out of place in a medieval half-timbered town like Bad Münstereifel… and so does the car.
The only windows in the back of a house.
An ugly sign hangs from this beautiful swan.
The Palette is a pub.
This sign belongs to an optician, obviously.
en de Höll is the name of a restaurant. Translation: “In Hell”. Would you go there for dinner?