Moshe and I in dresden checking I out one very long mural.
So I was only passing through Köln. But the highlight of the town really is the gothic church. For some reason Germans call it the dome (probably because in German dom means cathedral). I happened to be passing through at 4:30 in the morning (perfect time to take pictures of a gothic church) and was in köln for a little over three hours. So I had time to walk around and find the best shots possible. Continue reading Köln
Walking along the streets in Munich, waiting for my bus I came across this band.
Well it was going to happen… I finally managed to make my way into a touristy area… and it wasn’t that bad.
I was very surprised with the lack of options for beers, but Germany does have the purity law. Don’t get me wrong the beer was very good and well priced for the most part. But most places sold one kind of beer in three style. Pils, wize or crystal (sometimes dark if your lucky) Continue reading Munich
this church was well know for raising Bach as a child. I was passing by and decided to try opening every door to see if one was unlocked, and one was. Turns out it we OK for the parents of the children to watch from where I was so I didn’t technically break any rules… but it was still fun to try.
Right before leaving Lisbon I met a fellow vegetarian. I showed her and her friend the best places to eat in Lisbon (it can be hard to find a good vegetarian dish in Portugal).
A big shout out goes to my Dresden friends Moshe and Hanssen!
Moshe came and picked me up from the bus, and we took the tram back to his place.
Jin Jing and I both had to take off on this day. She took a plane and being cheap I waited for my all night bus ride.I found an Indian/Turkish restaurant and had the dahl soup… twice. Continue reading Last day in Dusseldorf