[...] Then we took the tram to get to the East Side Gallery. The East Side Gallery is a part of what used to be the Berlin Wall which got turned into an art scene which I think is pretty cool since it’s a way to memorize part of German history in a good and creative way. [...]
[...] I might have told you that before but I absolutely adore that place. You really get to calm down, relax to the fullest and sleep like a baby after you breathed in the mountain air all day long. [...]
I'm a bit behind the time but at the end of October my family and I went to Vienna, Austria to visit my aunt Annette. We spent 5 days strolling around the city, visited a theater, went brunching, did a tour at the town hall, took a lot at the stunning architecture of the campus … Continue reading Vienna Impressions
Since I came back to Germany last summer I knew I'd like to come back to Boston soon. So after babysitting and tutoring for a while I was able to buy a plane ticket back to Boston. [...]Since then July 28th was the date I was looking forward so much. It came faster than I had expected.[...]
What sounds better than learning how to sail on an amazing lake with couple of your best friends, getting tan while relaxing on the boat, watching sunrises and sunsets and doing all sorts of crazy things? Not much right?!
[...] 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.