Our Bavarian Town Quest Continues: Dachau

Dachau is a beautiful Bavarian town with cobbled streets and pretty houses. It’s only a 15 minute drive from my village along scenic country roads, and last Saturday afternoon, bro took me and our mum there for a little outing. I hadn’t been to Dachau in absolutely ages!

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Dachau View

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Dachau shop window

I love that window for being so typically Bavarian in a town that’s not particularly touristy. But the comma in that notice (“Free beer tomorrow”), which totally shouldn’t be there, irks me! I am a stickler…

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Beware of the dog

“Beware of the CONSCIENTIOUS dog”.

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The fair was in town :)

The fair was in town ๐Ÿ™‚

Dachau Fair

Now, the real reason for the Dachau trip was to get stuck into some good cake… more on that in the next post ๐Ÿ™‚

54 thoughts on “Our Bavarian Town Quest Continues: Dachau

  1. Expat Eye

    Stunning again! I’m a sucker for this series ๐Ÿ™‚ Even without cake! And the conscientious dog sign made me laugh! They’re all angry in Latvia – uzmanibu, nikns suns – caution, angry dog ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      1. Karolyn Cooper

        In the Northern Ireland countryside the signs say “Caution: dogs running free”. At least that’s what the sign on a tree on my brother’s property says, and I like it. Happy, healthy, free-running dogs. But maybe we need to get a new sign “beware of the donkeys”.

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      2. ladyofthecakes Post author

        That would terrify me. The dogs, not the donkeys. Dogs can be pretty territorial, and I’ve been bitten more than once. Don’t get me wrong, I like dogs, but I need them either to be very good natured or adequately controlled.

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      3. Karolyn Cooper

        These particular dogs are very good natured – and I must blog photos of them one day.
        The main purpose of the sign is actually to warn cars driving into the farmyard to slow down – we don’t want them crashing into the dogs.

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  2. Heyjude

    Oh, heavens, you’d NEVER get me up that ride! I love the thought of a ‘conscientious’ dog. Does this mean he thinks seriously about biting you before he does? And I have apostrophobia too. Drives me bonker’s [sic]
    …now where did you say the cake was?

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    1. ladyofthecakes Post author

      Don’t get me started on apostrophes… you see English apostrophes creeping into German, where they are plainly wrong, just because they are deemed ‘fashionable’. I can’t stand it…!

      Cake AND flowers coming up in the next post ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. Anna

        I just drank a liter of grapefruit juice. It’s important to rehydrate for a good night sleep! Especially because I am planning to walk to work tomorrow. TWO HOURS.

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  3. somewonderland

    judging from some of the photos, you were having some cake while enjoying one or two of fair’s rides ๐Ÿ˜‰ scream while trying to eat some is a totally new concept to me ๐Ÿ˜€ Just kidding. Dachau looks like a nice place to visit

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      1. ladyofthecakes Post author

        I’ve just remembered that 25 years ago, when I first entered the world of work, I had some acquaintances who worked for a brewery. Every employee got 72 litres of free beer a month ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  4. joannesisco

    It does look like a lovely city. Is it just me, or do Germans love flowers and their gardens – however small?
    After the free beer, I’m looking forward to the cake and ice cream ๐Ÿ˜€

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  6. Kim G

    Honestly, I look at your photos and I’m kind of envious. You have a terrific eye for catching some little scene, some detail, or something interesting. And I love the idea of a “pflichtebewuรŸter hund.” Is he so conscientious that he doesn’t bite? Or does it go the other way? LOL

    Saludos,

    Kim G
    Boston, MA
    Where we’re astonished at just how many photos we’ve already taken with the new camera.

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