It’s Summer! June 2019: Highs & Lows

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It’s Summer! June 2019 Highs & Lows

It’s Summer!

This post is an article of mixed feelings and probably one of the shortest ever, and if you follow me on Facebook, you probably already know why.

I’m a little behind with what I’ve already done this year, so I’m going to add it into the HIGHS!

Read on.

THE HIGHS!

It's summer; summer loving; fruit; melon; cantaloupe; squash; summer fruit; summer; vacation; holiday; sunshine; sunny weather; sunny; fun;
Summer Loving & my travel plans for the rest of the year!

You won’t believe it but I’ve already been to three countries this year and two of them were utterly new ones!

NORWAY:

Oslo Fjord Sightseeing River Cruise; Oslo Fjord Sightseeing; Oslo Fjord River Cruise; Oslo Fjord Cruise; Oslo Fjord River; Oslo Fjord Lake; Oslo Fjord; Oslo; Fjord; Norway; Norwegian; river cruise; river; lake; cruise, water, boat; travel; open water, Europe, Nordic
Victoria on the Oslo Fjord Sightseeing river cruise in Oslo!
©Victoria Ade-Genschow – The British Berliner – Norway – January 2019
Hamnøy; Norway; Europe; summer; travel
Get ready for exciting posts over the summer – Hamnøy, Norway!
  • Get ready for exciting posts over the summer!

GREECE:

Greek Parliament; Parliament; Evazones; Presidential Guards; Greek Presidential Guards; pom-poms; Greek soldiers; Greek pom-poms: Greek shoes; 'Greek costume; Greek traditions; Greek traditional costume; Greek traditional clothes; Greek traditional soldiers; Greece; Greek; Greek culture; Athens; Athena; Hellas; Hellinic; Europe; travel
Victoria at the Greek Parliament in Athens. ‘Notice the Evzones or presidential guards’ pom-poms. I think they’re amazing, but perhaps a little difficult to fight in!
©Victoria Ade-Genschow – The British Berliner – Greece – March 2019
Acropolis; Athen; Athena; Greece; Europe; travel
Get ready for more exciting posts over the summer – At the Acropolis in Athens, Greece!
  • Get ready for more exciting posts over the summer!

FRANCE:

Restaurant Le Criquet in Arles; Restaurant Le Criquet, Arles; Restaurant Le Criquet; Le Criquet; Restaurant, Arles; Provence; France; Europe; travel
Victoria outside Restaurant Le Criquet in Arles!
©Victoria Ade-Genschow – The British Berliner – France – April 2019
Eiffel Tower; Eiffel; Tower; French monument; sightseeing; tourism; summer in France; summer; Paris; France; French; Europe; travel
Get ready for even more exciting posts over the summer – At the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France!
  • Get ready for even more exciting posts over the summer!

It’s been really busy.

I haven’t yet written about it here, but if you follow me on Twitter, you’re usually one of the first to know!

So go on then.

Follow me!

 

And Brexit has been taking all my attention too.

In fact, I was on TV, on the radio & in the newspaper.

Yep!

 

 

The British Berliner is a well-known British-German expert when it comes to the British Monarchy, British Politics and British expat issues in Germany, and of course a popular well-known British person who travels!

I was on Radio One (Radio Eins) too.

Here’s what I’ve been up to all year!

JANUARY:

How I went to 8 exciting countries, went to India, lost my luggage & got trapped and confused in Delhi!
How I went to 8 exciting countries, went to India, lost my luggage & got trapped and confused in Delhi!

FEBRUARY:

A Beginners' Guide to the 69th Berlinale. Yes! The Berlin International Film Festival 2019 is finally here!
A Beginners’ Guide to the 69th Berlinale. Yes! The Berlin International Film Festival 2019 is finally here!

MARCH:

Remain; let's Remain; Brexit; Britain; UK; British politics; politics; Europe; EU
BREXIT! Don’t panic if you’re British & live in Germany. Here’s what to do!

APRIL:

The Music Producer in Agra, India
The Music Producer – Frank Böster in Agra – India!
©Victoria Ade-Genschow – The British Berliner – India – October 2018

JUNE:

goat; animal; baby goat; kid goat; pet goat; pet; local animal; Indian animal; Indian culture; local culture; Jaipur; Pink City, Rajasthan; Land of Kings; heritage; India; Indian
An introduction to Jaipur – The Pink City in Rajasthan! – Incredible India!
Ouf; ouch;
Even though The British Berliner was featured everywhere, I didn’t have time for the blog itself! Ouch!

Is it any wonder that even though I was featured everywhere, I didn’t have time for the blog itself!

Ouch!

Just know that even though the post might not be published, it’s certainly written!

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PLANS FOR SUMMER

It's summer; summer; vacation; holiday; sunshine; water;
It’s Summer! June 2019 Highs & Lows

This summer I’ll be travelling to Italy, Georgia, Poland & England!

ITALY:

Sardinia; Sardegna; the island of Sardinia; island; Italy; Italian; Europe; travel
I’ve never been to Sardinia before, but it should be fun!

I’ve been to Italy about a million times and Italy and I are una canzone d’amore!

My favourite part of Italy is Tuscany, but we’re not going there this time, we’re going to an island.

The island of Sardinia.

I’m not big on hot beaches, but sometimes, you’ve got to get out of your comfort zone, and for me, it’s a very hot beach rather than a windy rainy one!

I’ve never been to Sardinia before, but it should be fun!

GEORGIA:

vegetarian cafe; vegetarian; cafe; shop; Georgian shop; Georgian cafe; Tbilisi; Georgia; Georgian; Caucasus; Europe; European; travel
This vegetarian cafe is in Georgia, Europe. Not Georgia – the American state – in the USA!

When I first heard mention of Georgia, I thought it was Georgia – the American state – in the USA.

But it isn’t.

It’s Georgia.

A country in the Caucasus.

A country from the former USSR.

In Europe!

Tbilisi; Tbilisi City Hall; City of Tbilisi; Georgia; Georgian; Caucasus; Europe; European; travel
The British Berliner is going to be in Georgia, as a guest of the city of Tbilisi!

I’m going to be there as a guest of the city of Tbilisi.

In fact, I do believe that even though Tbilisi will never ever beat Berlin in terms of trend and fashion.

Ha! Ha! Ha!

No!!

Georgia is going to be the place to be in 2019/2020.

More about that in the weeks to come!

POLAND:

Polish fishermen; fishermen; fisherman, fishing; fish; seafood; food; Polish men; men; Polish Baltic Sea; Baltic Sea; Ost See; Pomerania; sea; open water;
Polish fishermen on the Polish Baltic Sea who did fabulously well. 🙂

Poland needs absolutely no introduction as I’ve written extensively about it many times before!

In fact, as far as Poland is concerned, I’m a bit of a notorious star!

And why pray?

Because of an article that I wrote all of five (5) years ago!

And the title of said piece: Going to Poland: 10 reasons not to go!

Łódź; Lodz; Poland; Polish; Polska; Europe; Eastern Europe; travel
Poland is one of my favourites places to visit, but this time I’ll be travelling to Łódź for the very first time!

Poland is one of my favourites places to visit, but this time I’ll be travelling to Łódź for the very first time!

Here are the articles I wrote previously:

ENGLAND:

How I met the future king of England; king of England; king; Prince William; Prince; William
How I met the future king of England – Prince William, Kate & the Many-Faced God!

Hopefully, you all know that England is where I originally came from and the hassle that Brexit has bestowed upon us, so I’ll be using my British passport in order to travel to Cheshire!

fish and chips; fish; chips; fries; English fries; English food; traditional food; English traditional food; British food; British traditional food; English local food; British local food; battered fish; food; eat; English; English; British; UK; Europe; travel; eat
This is what the fish and chips looked like, except my meal came with a tiny bowl of mushy peas-mint sauce, tartar sauce and a glass of white wine too!
©VisitBritain

There’s such a lot of stuff so in order to read them, go to this link here – and scroll down until you get to England!

And remember, if ever you need help booking or organising a trip, you can contact me here!

Speaking of England.

THE LOWS:

loss; death; passing away; sadness; sense of loss; intimate feelings; sad, unhappy; not happy; upset; upsetting; raw feelings; feelings; family loss; family;
I rarely talk about intimate members of my family, but my dad passed away. It’s been most upsetting.

I rarely talk about intimate members of my family, but my dad passed away last Saturday.

It’s been most upsetting.

He was a man who was born into wealth and privilege but chose to live a gentle life.

He was quiet but allowed us all to choose what was best for us, rather than the other way around.

Most importantly of all, he loved running and was always in one marathon or the other. In fact, growing up, he was kind enough to let all his children win, whenever we ran against him!

I’ve always had my daddy even as an adult and a parent myself.
It feels strange.

I don’t have a dad anymore!

He was 77 years old and is survived by his children & second wife of 40+ years.

Ode to my father; marathon, running, run
To protect the privacy of my family, this photograph is not him, but an ode and representation of my father.

ps. To protect the privacy of my family, the photograph above isn’t actually him, but an ode and representation of my father.

IT’S SUMMER! JUNE 2019: HIGHS & LOWS

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It’s Summer! June 2019 Highs & Lows

This article isn’t sponsored, and all opinions and thoughts are utterly, my very own!

Stay tuned.

That’s it for now.

See you soon!

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It’s Summer! June 2019 Highs & Lows

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It's Summer! June 2019 Highs & Lows
It’s Summer! June 2019 Highs & Lows

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Summer Loving & my travel plans for the rest of the year!

Summer Loving & my travel plans for the rest of the year!

It’s Summer Time.

Yeah!

Phew!

What a scorcher we’ve been having!

Now by that, I mean in the UK.

I mean, buildings are melting to pieces in Glasgow, people are sweltering on the London Tube, and due to the intense heat, there are fears that train rails might buckle!

Global Warming at it’s best!

In Germany, we had all of that.

Victoria at the River Elbe in Dresden – Germany ©Victoria Ade-Genschow – The British Berliner – Dresden – April 2018

In April!

Ah well!

So here are my plans for the summer. And the rest of the year!

PLANS FOR SUMMER

Summer Loving & my travel plans for the rest of the year!

The summer is pretty exciting ‘cos in a fortnight, I’ll be doing a quick weekend away to the Czech Republic, a quick weekend away to Osnabrück in North Germany, and then just a mere one (1) day after, I’ll be travelling to Sweden, Estonia & Latvia!

There’ll be lots of train travel and a few flights!

And no, sadly, I won’t be at the TBEX Conference Europe this year, but I will be in the Czech Republic quite a few times!

So let’s see where I’ll be going:

Firstly, I’ll be spending two days at a destination very close to Dresden, and very close to Prague!

I’ll be visiting a little place called Kutná Hora!

KUTNÁ HORA

Cemetery Church of All Saints in Sedlec – Ossuary – Kutná Hora

Kutná Hora otherwise known as Hory Kutné or Kuttenberg is a city in Bohemia.

It is not the Bohemian Rhapsody, but a historical town, in the Czech Republic!

You may notice that Kutná Hora has a variety of names. This is because at certain times in history, the town belonged to different countries.

Kutná Hora was first recorded in roughly 1142. By 1260, the town became known as Kuttenberg, not only because of it’s famous Sedlec Abbey – which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but also because of it’s silver mines which brought the town enormous prosperity in the 13th century.

In fact, from the 13th to 16th centuries, Kutná Hora was given special recognition by the Polish King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia, in 1300, and was on par with Prague!

By 1526, Kutná Hora, along with the rest of Bohemia, became a part of the Habsburg Monarchy of Austria until it became a part of Czechoslovakia 1918. Sadly, during 1935 – 1945, it became a forced division and a Protectorate of Nazi Germany, before being given back to Czechoslovakia after WWII, and then into it’s peaceful dissolution into the two separate nations of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, in 1993.

Phew!

The work of a lifestyle, expat, travel blogger is never done. There’s just so much to doooo!

I will also be travelling to:

  • Sweden
  • Estonia
  • Latvia

They need no introduction because I written extensively about them before, but if you’re here for the very first time or simply need a reminder, here are the articles I wrote previously.

SWEDEN:

A Swedish hotdog in Stockholm – Sweden!

ESTONIA:

Tallinn Medieval Days. Kristina Õllek @Tallinn City Tourist Office & Convention Bureau

LATVIA:

The most popular international post so far was….Latvia!

WHY IS VICTORIA GOING TO SWEDEN, ESTONIA AND LATVIA?

A first time beginners’ guide to the ITB Berlin: 10 tips to help you prepare. Bam!

Well, you all know how I love going to the ITB Berlin – the international tourism trade fair, otherwise known as the Internationale Tourismus-Börse!

And for those of you who don’t know, the ITB Berlin represents B2B, hotels, tourists boards, tour operators and providers, airlines, transport operators, responsible travel organisers, information technology experts, social media bloggers, and anybody else interested in travel and tourism.

It’s also the world’s leading travel industry think tank, in which the convention trade fair establishes itself as the industry’s main knowledge platform, with top-notch presentations on global trends, travel innovations and path-breaking events for the entire tourism industry!

Happy bloggers at ITB Berlin – ©Natalie Deduck – Loveandroad.com

It’s one of the highlights of my year, and one of the places that I tend to meet contacts and plan where I’m going to travel to during that year, or the following one.

In fact, my first media trip ever, was sent to me by the virtue that I was chatting to a media person from Atout France – the France Tourism Development Agency!

My first press or FAM trip ever to Nord-Pas de Calais otherwise known as, Northern France!

I didn’t know that at the time, but she was so impressed, that she sent me a FAM Trip invitation to Nord-Pas de Calais.

I thought I was going to Normandy!

Haw! Haw!

I was the only press / blogger person there.

And well as the only British person too!

I had a fantastic time!

Myself on the M/S Star Tallink mini cruise from Tallinn to Helsinki.

A year after, I met another contact who invited me to use their sailing cruises. I didn’t have the time to sail extensively, but I did use the services of TALLINK SLJA LINE to cross from Estonia to Finland.

A year later, that very same person invited me to fly to Sweden and do a couple more cruises. I still wasn’t able to go since the timing wasn’t right, but she introduced me to a contact from Visit Stockholm instead, and before you knew it, both The Tall Young Gentleman and I were in Stockholm for the very first time!

Hamburg: An Introduction to a Port City!

I also met the PR person from Hamburg about a year ago, and when a window opened, I contacted her, and she invited me to a weekend in Hamburg for their Christmas Market / Holy Hamburg / Winter Event.

I had a great time!

In fact, it was at the ITB Berlin, and wandering through the Poland Stands, that some of the Polish staff recognised me from an article that I wrote all of four (4) years ago, they were so excited, and the word soon spread, that that blogger was actually there!

Apparently. In Poland, I’m a bit of a notorious star!

And the title of said piece: Going to Poland: 10 reasons not to go!
Apparently, in Poland I’m a bit of a notorious star!

Is it any wonder that this year, someone else reached out and invited me to a very interesting event, so interesting in fact, that how could I refuse?

The event in question is called Explore Hansa!

EXPLORE HANSA!

Explore HANSA

WHAT IS EXPLORE HANSA?

Explore Hansa with me!

Explore Hansa is a partner project consisting of nine (9) small and enchanting Hanseatic cities from Sweden, Estonia and Latvia!

All of these countries are enormously rich in heritage and tradition, and have developed active and culinary tourism that offers visitors a chance to explore nature, authentic history, and exciting local food!

One of the ways that these lovely cities want to do that is by inviting influencers and media representatives, of which I am one, to experience what these HANSA cities have to offer, feel the charm of tiny Hanseatic cities, immerse ourselves in nature, and to spread the word!

I’m certainly going to do that!

There are two (2) trips being organised:

A level of fitness is expected for the HANSA Active trip!
  • THE ACTIVE TRIP route that will go through Limbaži (Latvia) – Valmiera (Latvia) – Viljandi (Estonia) and Visby (Sweden), to explore the cobbled streets and cultural heritage of these small Hanseatic cities, as well as the beauty of nature, in which a level of fitness would be expected!

You all know how I am with bicycles!

Ha! Ha! Ha! Haaaaaaaaaa!

Explore your taste buds & create an inspiring gastronomical experience on the HANSA Culinary Trip!
  • THE CULINARY TRIP route that will go through Viljandi (Estonia) – Valmiera (Latvia) – Cēsis (Latvia) – Koknese (Latvia) and Visby (Sweden), to explore one’s taste buds of seasonal local produce and create an inspiring gastronomical experience

Aha!

You can guess which one I chose!

I’m most interested in the annual Medieval Week or Medeltidsveckan taking place in Sweden!

They’ll be lots of stuff going on, but one of the activities I’m most interested in the annual Medieval Week or Medeltidsveckan event taking place in Sweden.

For one week only!

Medieval Week is a paradise for all who like jousting, markets, church concerts, street theater, fire shows, storytelling, walks, lectures and more.

It takes place mainly in Visby’s medieval fairytale environments, but also on the rural island of Gotland.

Locals all dressed up & a Medieval Tournament to remember at the annual Medieval Week or Medeltidsveckan taking place in Sweden!

You get to see knights and maidens, people jousting and battling, locals dressed up as grand nobles, poor peasants and minstrels, medieval street markets, street theatre, fireshows, storytelling, and a medieval tournament to remember!

It’ll take place from August 5th to August 12th, 2018 and I’ll be there to see some of it for myself!

And of course, if I’m there, you can go there too!

Exciting stuff!

TRAVEL PLANS FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR!

I wanna travel the world with you….

And at the end of the year, I’ll be travelling to:

  • The Czech Republic. Again!
  • And India!

THE CZECH REPUBLIC:

Myself as lovely as Prague!

I’ll be going to the Czech Republic ‘cos I’m going to celebrate my birthday there!

Prague is one of my favourite cities, so I’ve invited my family to come join me in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

I really can’t think of anywhere better!

Here’s what I wrote previously:

INDIA:

India

I’ve been to India before.

Thirteen (13) years ago!

And I have to tell you.

I’ve got mixed feelings about it!

I travelled solo and I was there for a month.

I went to North India and I really liked it and enjoyed it enormously.

But I didn’t love it!

I went to Romania. It didn’t wow me!

And if I don’t like a place, I’m certainly going to tell you!!

I went to Rajasthan and saw tigers on safari at the Ranthambore National Park, adored the beautiful lakes at Udaipur, chuckled at the wedding cake cinema at Jaipur, licked and tasted camel ice-cream in Pushkar, rode elephants in Jodhpur, went camel-riding in the sandy desert of Jaisalmer, danced to the music of Bollywood, delighted in the openness of the local people, licked my fingers at authentic Indian food, and marvelled at the wonderful amazing-ness of the Taj Mahal.

India is awesome!

It was awesome!

However, road traffic was mad and over-whelming, the noise was deafening, the dirt and grime was disgusting, the River Ganges at Varanasi was not only filthy, but I actually saw a bloated dead body being dragged across the water by a dog!

The beggar children were heart-breaking, the overnight train was horrific that I couldn’t sleep a wink, and the food- poisoning that I caught from stale / under-cooked eggs at a 5-star hotel restaurant was so awful, that my skin colour actually turned grey!

That isn’t good news!

I’m sorry, but India’s Holy River Ganges in Varanasi is utterly filthy!

In fact, I was so exhausted by the shopkeepers and city of Delhi that for the only time in my life, I actually wanted to go home!

I stuck it out though, but was thrilled to be able to fly away, and leave it all behind me.

Eek!

You can’t keep me away from India’s beautiful Taj Mahal!

So how is it that I’m going back to India.

Again?

And to some of the very same places too!

?!!!?!

Perhaps India has changed!

Well, thirteen (13) years ago is a long time, and perhaps India has changed.

I know I have.

I’ll be going to Rajasthan again but focusing only on Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Udaipur and Mumbai.

I’ll also personally be doing all the planning and organising.

Gulp!

And this time I won’t be backpacking.

I won’t be taking any bumpy buses.

I won’t be going as cheap as chips.

I won’t be visiting Varanasi.

And I won’t be taking the over-night Indian train!

Who doesn’t like an exciting adventure?

Well, follow me over the next few months, and find out!

‘Rah! ‘Rah!

SUMMER LOVING & MY TRAVEL PLANS FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR!

Summer Loving & my travel plans for the rest of the year!

This article is not sponsored, and all opinions and the thrilling summer that I’m obviously going to have, are my very own!

Stay tuned.

Yay!

That’s it for now.

See you next week!

Me in the Philippines, but could this be a James Bond moment! ©Scott Herder – BoboandChiChi.com

Watch this space!

Note! I never travel without insurance as you never know what might happen.

I learnt my lesson in Spain. And obviously, in countries like Qatar, where technically the risk is higher, I can’t imagine going that far beyond, WITHOUT INSURANCE. No siree! You can get yours here, at World Nomads!

Please note that there are now affiliate links (for the very first time) connected to this post. Please consider using the links, because every time some sort of accommodation or travel insurance is booked via my links I get a little percentage, but at no extra cost to yourself!

A win-win for all!

Thanks a million!

Summer Loving & my travel plans for the rest of the year!

What are your plans for the summer? Have you ever been to Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Germany, or India? Let me know in the comments below!

See you in Berlin.

If you have any questions send me a tweet, talk to me on Facebook, find me on Linkedin, make a comment below, look for me on Google+ or send me an Email: victoria@thebritishberliner.com

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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.

Sorry!

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!

Promise!

Book your hotel here!

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!

Wrong!

I pledge to travel and to share others how to do so too!
#ExploreMore2017

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! 

Oops!

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!

Gulp!

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?

Yay!

Book your hotel here!

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!

SUMMER IN GERMANY – SIMPLY THE BEST!

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!

Book your hotel here!

SUMMER IN GERMANY – SIMPLY THE BEST!

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!

Note! I never travel without insurance as you never know what might happen.

I learnt my lesson in Spain. And obviously, in countries like Qatar, where technically the risk is higher, I can’t imagine going that far beyond, WITHOUT INSURANCE. No siree! You can get yours here, at World Nomads!

Please note that there are now affiliate links (for the very first time) connected to this post. Please consider using the links, because every time some sort of accommodation or travel insurance is booked via my links I get a little percentage, but at no extra cost to yourself!

A win-win for all!

Thanks a million!

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.

If you have any questions send me a tweet, talk to me on Facebook, find me on Linkedin, make a comment below, look for me on Google+ or send me an Email: victoria@thebritishberliner.com

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