Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

HafenCity – Hamburg – Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

So writing last week’s post was pretty hard as there was a sense of vulnerability that you never usually see.

I’m not one for sharing everything, and I’m not going to start now.

I love the life of the roving journalist and blogger about town.

I might delight in globe-trotting the world and telling you about the disasters that struck me, finding out that my B&B had disappeared, or flying to Korea when I really should have been flying to Qatar, but the privacy of close friends and loved ones, is always kept under wraps.

I might delight in globe-trotting the world and telling you all about it, but the privacy of close friends and loved ones, is always kept under wraps.


I’m still not up to the brilliance that I’m known for, but have no fear, next week, I’ll be back with a bang.

For those of you who contacted me privately, you know who you are. Thanks so much!

In fact, next week’s post will blow you away!

Get ready for a shocking surprise!


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BMW Munich – Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

So back to Germany.

Last week, I wrote about the Best Of Berlin!

The title of last week’s post of Best of Berlin – 4 years and counting – might have been slightly misleading as you might have thought that I’d been living in Berlin for four (4) years!


I pledge to travel and to share others how to do so too!

This blog – The British Berliner – has been in existence for just four (4) years, and not even that, as my first blog post was in late October 2013, and what a post!

I’m still getting comments and hate mail about it, and why is that so?

Well, check it out for yourself and tell me what you think. In fact, why not make your own comment. And the title of said piece – Germany is Boring! 


If only people would actually read things…

Ah well!

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Living in lovely Prague as an expat, before moving to Berlin!

The fact is, I’ve been living in Germany for over 15 years. Yes, 15 years!


Who would have thought that not only would I be living in this wonderful city – Berlin, but I would be married to a German bloke to boot!

If anyone had told me this years ago, I would have laughed in their face!

“The Music Producer” looking gorgeous in Osnabrück, Germany.

And even though I’m British, and I’ve been living here as an expat for years, it never gets old. In fact, I still feel as if I’ve only just got here!

So is it any wonder that I’ve decided to compile the following posts about Germany?


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Marvellous news. I’m doing a radio programme with the BBC. And other stuff!

But let me be clear, even though my fellow countrymen decided to opt out of the European Union, I’m still proud to be both British and I’m European and just so you know, I’m not going anywhere so put that out of your mind right now!

If you’re thinking of spending the summer in Germany, don’t hesitate!

Where better, than to spend the summer travelling through one of the world’s best continents – that’s right Europe!

If you want to read about ALL the countries that I’ve visited in the last four (4) years, then just click here!

Oh, the summer!

So without further ado, read on!


Rothenburg ob der Tauber – Bavaria – Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!
Take me to the Baltic Sea in Geeeeermany!
51 reasons to go to the seaside. In Germany! ©Usedom Tourismus GmbH
Beer for everyone in Germany ‘cos the drinks are on meeeee!
Savoury German food such as roast duck, home-made dumplings, red cabbage, and gravy dripping!
Oh my!
The Bundesrat – the German Federal Council – Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

That’s it for now.

See you next week!

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Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

This article is not sponsored and all opinions are my absolute own!

I’ll be spending the summer in Germany!

I’ll be here. Will you?

Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

Watch this space!

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Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

What are your plans for the summer? Have you ever been to Germany? Let me know in the comments below!

See you in Berlin.

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28 Comments on “Summer in Germany – Simply the Best!

  1. Great compilation, so many great posts about Berlin! I hope things are well with you now, looking forward to hearing your surprise next week!

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    • Thanks so much for your kind words and thoughts Amy!
      Things are much better, but I can only say thank goodness for Germany!
      Yep! You’ll scream when I tell you, but all in good time. Next week! 😉


  2. Jeez! I wonder why you recommend Berlin to her? :-). Happy four years and to many more! We really enjoyed our time in Berlin and hope to return at a later time once we’ve done the once around to other places of longing. The list just keeps getting better. Yummm!!! That roast duck and cabbage looks so good. Is that first picture the area around museum island? So pretty! Hope your summer is getting better daily :-). Tell us the news 🙂 🙂 ;-).

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    • Ha! Ha! Ha! Thanks so much KemKem!
      We very much look forward to having you back in Berlin! The top picture is the HafenCity (Harbour City) in Hamburg, and the roast duck and cabbage was actually our home-made Christmas dinner, cooked & served by The Music Producer himself, as he’s a better cook. Ahem….! 😉
      Yes, our summer is very much getting better. Watch out for the next post. Coming out TODAY! 😀


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