Nice shot. Never seen Streptoprocne biscutata with its range too far inland and a bit south for most of my travels to be in its range. Unfortunately I have had little time off the coast down south.
Not a beer in sight there. All aguardente, more commonly called cachaça, 38% e 54% alcohol typically, that ranges from fairly "rough" to smooth as the finest distilled drinks. The "51" and Pitú are most commonly seen here in bars. They are ok for making Caipirinha, which itself ranges from fair to great depending on the quality of the cachaça. It is also far from the best of the cachaça based drinks in my opinion—just the most easily made and popular outside the country. A Caipirinha is nothing more than fresh lime, sugar and cachaça over ice. I am partial to the the one in the bottles covered by woven stuff, Ypióca in its "Ouro" or "gold" version. It is aged, the color of good wiskey and smooth as satin. No ice, no juice, no water, just sipping. I use the less expensive "Prata" (silver) for anything mixed and some of the drinks with fresh tropical fruit are out of this world. There is one with fresh passion fruit and a bit of condensed milk that is indescribably good. At far bottom left is a type, Bahia I think, that is turned blue by a type of leaf that adds some flavor. Lots and lots of varieties—but then almost all the cars there run on ethanol and small tankers sail from Maceió all the time loaded with alcohol that will run your car or can be mixed for drinking.
...der Gipfel von die Kalmit... oder so...
Actually this is a "tourist place" I pretty much avoided for years. It is a "destination" place and you don't see real locals in there much. I was doing some boat chores nearby, waiting for my son's family to arrive, and went in to have a beer and got introduced to my now usual home favorite Loose Cannon and where the kid liked an appetizer. It is now on the list though our favorite eating places are less touristy. Hmmm! Leberknödel? Looks nice, but I prefer the view here!
That is the City Dock area, the focal point for tourists. The large brick building over there is seen here and with a popular restaurant here. I rarely go over there, though I usually drive by on the way back home. I have too many memories of when there were actual oyster boats and other watermen pulled in there selling fresh Chesapeake seafood and when there was old Chesapeake seafood on the menus. All gone now. Crab cakes are about all that is left of once great Chesapeake Bay food tradition. Not only have the fish and oysters declined but even the crabs and the recipes of old are gone as far as I can tell in Washington, Annapolis and even Baltimore. Some may survive on the Eastern Shore, but I have not found such a place after years of searching. Part may be a change in tastes as well as most of the seafood now coming from far away.
...that - amanita muscaria
...thank you very much. Everything works fine :)
kiddies' adult companions
kiddies' adult companions
that is why that works best with two companions: one drives the stroller the second operates a bag for all these parts "her majesty" tosses asides. But like you wrote this will change soon and "my stuff" thing will be more and more important.
At the end you looks like that guy from local community services .
Theses days we have lots of juveniles in our sports community. Badminton in my case. So if the train hour is over I always have a nice sample of trendy fashion parts they "forget" to carry with.
Then I ask myself if one does not miss the gloves when using the bicycle to come there. It is almost 5°C out there. Especially that person used them on the way to our place....
Same thing here. I never was inside a real one. Though in Friedrichshafen is that "Zeppelin Musum" located.
Pretty nice to visit with teenies from 10+. Lots of "original" parts of that 'Cigars' that one may climb in. Almost like that Air and Space Museum in DC.