The Lake of Kings
There is also a restaurant where visitors can snack on local cheeses and drinks. Food and drink are not the only things the restaurant offers, though. You can also see a beautiful waterfall from the restaurant itself. Some hikers, however, choose to walk a kilometer more for a closer view. All in all, it’s a 10 - kilometer journey that is packed with wonderful views. If you are looking for a place to travel to, a trip to Lake Königssee definitely won' t fail to amaze you.
snack on . . . 吃 . . . （當作點心）
view n. 視野；景象
be packed with . . . 充滿 ∕ 擠滿 . . .
fail to V 未能（做） . . .
Dogs can’t smile or laugh - but they show happiness in other ways
Some dogs just look like they’re smiling all the time - but that huge grin on their face may not actually mean they’re happy. Carolyn Menteith, a canine behaviorist, said that "unlike us, dogs don’t usually smile with their mouths."
When a dog smiles, their tail is relaxed but waving (or in some breeds or individuals, wagging crazily), their eyes are soft, their ears relaxed and their body is often wiggling with their happiness.
Some dogs are noisier than others and so if they get really excited and playful, they might well bark, yip, or even huff - especially in an attempt to get another dog or a person to play - but this isn’t laughter.
Interestingly, dogs do seem to recognize laughter in humans and know that it is positive - and some dogs seem to go out of their way to encourage their owners to laugh.
wag：動詞，搖擺。例句：She wagged her head to show dissent.（她搖搖頭表示不同意。）
yip：動詞或名詞，尖聲狂吠。例句：He heard a series of yips before falling asleep.（他睡著前聽到一陣尖聲狂吠。）
go out of one’s way：慣用片語，特地、努力去做。例句：They went out of their way to make us feel at home.（他們想盡辦法讓我們感到賓至如歸。）