Alright, so I’m sure many of you haven’t had the opportunity to travel to Germany. Or to Europe for that matter, but if you ever do get the chance please jump on that faster than the fat kid at your lunch room jumps on extra slices of pizza on pizza day. Also, pizza can be served because tomatoes are a veggie, obviously… we wonder why there’s such a problem with childhood obesity.
I’m not kidding. Europe’s lovely, breathtaking antiquity will leave you craving for more. There’s this very peculiar feeling to the way that Germany leaves you at the end of a trip. The phenomenal food and the alcoholic beverages never seem to end, add the amazingly beautiful architecture in tiny picturesque towns and you’re sure to never want to leave.
I think one of the biggest upsides to exploring Europe now as opposed to a few decades ago is that English is spoken by a lot of people. Now, I would never go to a country with the assumption that THEY need to know my language. That’s a jerk move, but lucky for me I’m half German so I actually know quite a bit of the language to enjoy conversations with other people.
But, that shouldn’t stop you from going if you don’t know the language. It’s a great asset to be able to communicate with everyone because quite often the older generation doesn’t know much English. Anyways, the reason I’m writing this blog post is that I get to go to Germany next week and I’m so excited to share the experience with you guys. I did get to go last year, but unfortunately my phone died and I had no way of keeping track of everything.
I’ve missed you all and hopefully I won’t forget to write on here about all my lovely adventures.