Esslingen The last time I graced this country with my presence (for more than a few nights) was in 2009. It was my first look at any country in Europe, and it was everything I hoped it would be. This time around, my hope is to see some places I missed in the first trip.
Woke up at 6 on my first day. Safe to say that I did not get enough sleep to catch up. I waited until about 8:30 and headed over to the U5 and went straight to the Römer/Dome area…
First day at work, first date, or even the first day abroad. They’re all awkward and I’m living proof.
It’s that trip I’ve been waiting to do since the first time I drove through Berlin, I’m finally going back to Europe…and I’m not exactly jumping out of my seat yet.
Going to keep it short. Our last few days were spent getting to know Dresden beyond the Altstadt. Including a day trip to Moritzburg… Our second last day in Dresden involved a day trip to Moritzburg, which is another suburb of Dresden. The residence here served as a hunting lodge for August the Strong (at … More Dresden: Phaetons and Moritzburg
Our first full day in Dresden brought us views of an amazing city, rebuilt after the war… The feeling of waking up in Dresden on our second day was probably the exact opposite of the excitement of our second day in Berlin. In Berlin, we had just arrived in Europe for the first time. By the … More Dresden, Saxony: Altstadt
Alright, little birdies. I’ll feed ya some more… Why haven’t you written anything in over a month? Why are you so lazy? What’s so hard about writing about Dresden? All of these are questions I cannot answer. The truth is, I get extremely lazy in the summer for no reason. However, somewhere between my … More Dresden, Saxony: Day 1
Considering I spent more time in smaller towns in Germany, I had been accustomed to their flow. Meissen made for a great day trip from Dresden, where we had been staying for close to a week.
As we walked towards the old town, I peered over my shoulder at Grandma, who subsequently gave a goofy smile as she raised her hands over her shoulders. She was repeating the embarrassing walk that she put me through 3 years prior, in freaking Disneyland…
Every once and awhile, it’s okay to waste money on silly things to distract you for an afternoon.. I have previously written on Sachsenhausen, and this little excursion occurred the day after visiting the concentration camp. Maybe an attempt to “lighten the mood”. The weather wasn’t great though, so you could say the mood carried over … More Filmpark Babelsberg and a grumpy German