In which I ride Dragons

In January I went to Germany, and did a few little daytrips with Emily who was living there at the time, below is a video we made in Worms, where we rode dragons (I’m not lying, I promise) Oh and you get a mini Germany lesson from Emily!        

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In which I go to Heidelberg

  Heidelberg is possibly the prettiest city there ever was! It has a castle, a river (Neckar) with arched bridges, lots of church spires and is nestled in a wooded valley. The epitome of picturesque. When I was there it was a very cold and foggy day, so hopefully one day I will visit in the summer and see it drenched in glorious sunshine! Just over a week after we left, the river froze over! The view towards the city from the Castle. (I didnt mean for this to be…

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In which I share random pictures from my trip

At the Zoo frou frou wedding frocks       The animation in the lift up to the top of a skyscraper, and a random (BIG) green man Amazingly fun and entertaining train set in Frankfurt train station!    The Guy in the red tights is talented to walk in heels that high, and be a man. Sam on a really long escalator                hot schokoladen! Emily with a wall, lizard door handle on a cathedral, posers in front of a nunnery         Candles & a veryyyyyy long cargo train…

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In which I visit Germany – Frankfurt

  Sam & I spent three days and nights in Frankfurt, before I headed south to stay with my friend Emily… I’d done a bit of research before we went, but we went with an open mind as to what we should do! (Sam would disagree with me I think!) On day one we headed to the Explora museum, via the tram (I LOVE TRAMS, trains on the street, always a winner). The museum is an odd place, built in a big bunker type thing, with oodles of holograms, and…

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In which I love German food

sweet potato fries // stir fried duck (on the train!) // Emily eating potato salad and sausages enchiladas // fajitas White sausage & sweet mustard // hooters burger! Pretzel face! scrummy chocolate two cakes of unknown names and on the left, unknown ingredients! Our best guess was fig. Chocolate shop! Raspberry and apple cake with custard and biscuit crumb topping (best ever) Alas my iphone (well, being truthful it was probably my fault) managed to delete the first two days of pictures in Germany, but I had my normal camera…

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