From Berlin, I took a 4 hour train ride to the Rhine River Valley:
Day 1 - Köln (Cologne)
I knew Köln was famous for their massive cathedral, but I did not anticipate that it would stare me in the face the
Currently, I am in Berlin. Its a large city, cheaper than the rest of Germany, lots of history and nightlife, and actually it has one thing in common with Seattle: great asian food!
Jonah and his dad are also in Berlin,
Well, I spent the last day and a half in Bamberg, a little Bavarian town two hours north of Munich.
One might ask, why would you go to Bamberg?
Winding roads, narrow alleys, and canals like Venice make up the small, old
While I have seen so many palaces and castles on this trip and I am practically castled out, I knew the trip would not be complete without seeing Neuchwanstein.
So yesterday, I took the train to Füssen to visit this castle.
Every stereotype you have heard about Bavaria is true, and Munich really is the place to experience this.
The city is full of historic sites, massive amounts of shopping, really nice parks and most importantly, beer.
I spent my first day (yesterday)
Yes, I am back in Austria, in the kitch town famous for salt and the Sound of Music.
I arrived in Salzburg late in the evening and just spent the first night at the hostel bar drinking wine and chatting with
Throughout the trip, we have met and I will continue to meet some interesting people. While I meet new people everyday, I will only share my most favorite with you. I will continue to update this post as I meet
I have really enjoyed Prague. It is defenitely the most touristy out of all the cities I've visited, but it is gorgeous. This post encompasses the rest of my time in Prague since I took a train today and just