I never been to Germany before but I have a lot of friends who have family in Germany. I also have an Aunt who visits Germany very often. Germany is also one of the most popular European country so I was really excited to explore it. The rich history, landmarks and architectures are very worth seeing! Have you been to Germany?
I thoroughly enjoyed the Rhine. The view and the people were fantastic. We were given wine but my friend and I did not drink it because we are not yet 21 years old. Haha. Yes, we can drink in Europe but I guess it is just the American or most likely the Asian in me who won’t let me drink till I’m 21. Haha. Maybe next time though!
I really want to try the Ice Wine. Apparently, the process of making the wine is very careful, long and tedious. However, the taste is exquisite. It is not very popular here in USA because it is not very common.
I told myself, once I turn 21, I’ll go back to Germany and get a lot of Ice wine for my family, friends, apartment and social events. Haha.
I guess the best part, really, of the tour is meeting new people and friends. I love meeting a lot of travelers because they are potential travel buddies in the future. Haha. I love traveling with my family for sure but traveling with friends is even more exciting for me. You are on your own and you make your own decisions. Where to go, what to see first, where to eat, when to stop and when to wake up. Haha. I love the liberation.
The woodwork of Rhine is excellent. These wall clock are so exquisite. So much talent! I enjoyed taking pictures around the city during our free time because it seems like I’m back to those old historical times because of the city’s architecture. I wished I dressed up with more laces and a dress! Next time though! Also, I couldn’t resist taking picture with the red booth although I’m not in London anymore. Haha. Forgive me and my tourist attitude.
Have a nice Tuesday!
My March Giveaway of $50 is still on going here! Ending April 24, 2017!