[...] One morning we got up like usual, had those delicious french pastries and we thought about what to do today. My dad suggested to visit an island he had been before many years ago. So we got on the way to Île de Porquerolles. I honestly didn't expect anything and got completely blown away. First when we arrived at the ferry station we were surrounded by fog and couldn't even see more than 50m. While on the ferry you couldn't see anything else than deep, blue water and the fog but when we were getting closer to the island suddenly the fog disappeared and the sun was shining as bright as nothing had happened before. [...]
[...] Again, we met up in the city and walked to the Rheinturm which is a telecommunications tower to see Düsseldorf from above. Usually when I visit cities I always try to get a chance to see it from a bird’s view because I love seeing many of the tourist attractions at once without walking that much and it’s fun to compare how different the cities look. Speaking of birds, since Katharina got up very early we were in the city around 10am and paid the “early bird” price.
You could play “I spy my little eye…” all day long. Instead of trying to find the right word to describe how crazy amazing the church is, I’ll show you some photos instead. I really hope they help you to understand what I’m talking about. Oh, one more thing, when I entered the Sagrada Família I couldn’t stop myself from saying a more than deeply impressed “wow” out loud. The arcituecte is so ingenious and the windows create such a special atmosphere.
I like Switzerland because it has a beautiful nature. Already on the highway we had a great view on the mountains. I love mountains a lot because I really enjoy activities in the mountains like climbing, hiking, skiing and snowboarding. The nature and landscapes in Switzerland are amazing! Wherever you are, you always see mountains and sometimes even with a white top. It is too bad that because of the Swiss currency everything from hotels, food, ski passes and living in general is so expensive that we rarely go to Switzerland for vacation.
[...] So we decided to go to Munich which is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria. It's the 3rd largest city in Germany and in my opinion also one of the coolest cities I’ve ever been. The German name for Munich is "München". You probably heard of it before because Munich is the city where the Oktoberfest takes place.
[...]Heidelberg is one of the top three tourist cities in Germany and it is only about 45min away from my home. It’s famous all over the world and no fewer than 11.8 million people come to Heidelberg every year. The main attraction for all visitors is, of course, Heidelberg Castle on top of Mount Königstuhl. Heidelberg is a good example for a very German town with all the old streets, buildings, churches and many other sights...
[...] One day we went to Montechiello. It's actually the town you can see on the picture above this text. Montechiello is an old Italian town and very pretty. Somehow they had so many flowers there. Most of them were around windows or on every second step of a staircase. We walked around, took pictures, went into the church and drunk a coffee in a nice restaurant with a wonderful view...