So I’m not sure what I was expecting from Dresden, but i was pleasantly surprised at how much i enjoyed it. It’s a charming, beautiful little city that was formerly part of East Germany. Of course, the weather was shit when I arrived (typical) but I was actually kind of happy because it gave me some time to curl up in a cozy cafe in Neustadt, the new city which is very reminiscent of a college town and read Slaughterhouse Five after spending the morning exploring the beautiful old city, much of which was destroyed in WWII.Read More
Out of all the European cities on my list of places to visit, Berlin ranked highest. Every single person I met raved about the city and its bohemian allure, creative energy, and of course, its crazy nightlife and beautiful people (they say Berlin is poor, but sexy!) I was really lucky to have some incredible company during my stay, including Ben, my extremely cool couchsurfing host, Sarah, my old Crossfit coach from NYC who happened to be in town at the same time, and Sarah (!!!), who is friend's with my best friend, Christa.
ite being the second best Hamburg in the world (the first one is in upstate NY! haiii Natey poo), I still had a great time in the city. The weather was shit most of the time (of course it got sunny the day i left) but i made the best out of it, eating lots of fresh seafood (no more pork yay!), exploring its unique neighborhoods including Reeperbahn, the red light district, and of course, drinking with a very delicious HAMBURGER who was sososososo yummy (HAHAHA. OKAY I’LL STOP WITH MY TERRIBLE JOKES!)Read More
HAAAAAA-LOWWWW from Oberaudorf, a very cute Bavarian village right on the footsteps on the Alps... as well as childhood home of German soccer captain, Bastian Schweinsteiger and my awesome friend, Svenja :). As much as I enjoyed Munich, I was really excited to stay with her since I think the smaller, quaint German towns are what gives the country it’s charm and beauty—especially in Bavaria which what I picture when I think of Germany (beautiful evergreen trees, red roofed houses, and of course, the mountains!)Read More
That means hello—you have a nice ass in bavarian/german. obviously i’m learning the key phrases because German/bavarian men are so sexxyyyy teehee..Read More