Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Worldly Wednesday: Germany

Time for another Worldly Wednesday Post.

In April 2014, my friend and I went on a week long holiday to Germany. We stayed with a friend in Hamburg and did some touring around. 

We tried fischbrotchen, which translates into fish bread (fish sandwich).

That afternoon we went to the fairground, DOM.

This is how one spells Melissa in Germany.
This was from an outline of the Beatles in St. Paulie.
Hamburg by night.

 We took the train very early visit Berlin for the day.

This line traces the outline of the former Berlin Wall.

In front of the Brandenburg Gates.

The memorial to the murdered Jews of the holocaust. 

You can walk through the enormous monument.

Stood in front of part of the remaining Berlin Wall

Brandenburg Gate by night.

 We also took a day trip to a small village called Luneburg. It has some of the oldest buildings in Germany because it was one of only a few areas not destroyed during the war.

I hope you enjoyed these pictures from my trip. I can't wait to see what you have been up to!
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