Easter Trip Germany 2012 Scrapbook

I'm finally back in Miami, after spending four fabulous days in Germany, visiting Meine Freund. I would like to share with you the highlights of the trip, as we had a pretty intense program of activities:

Thursday, April 5:

7:20 am: I landed in Dusseldorf airport. There, i had to take a train that took me to my final destination: Bonn

10:15 am: I visited Michael at his office, so he could give me the keys of his apartment. Yay! Nothing like hitting a nice bed and a shower after a 12-hour trip, right?

3:00 pm: I am ready to hit the road and explore central Bonn on my own, until it's time to pick up Michael at his job. 

5:00 pm: My boyfriend was officially starting his Easter break. After running some errands, we headed to the brewery for a 'light' dinner. Check this out! Delicious! 

Friday, April 6:
According to the weather forecast, this was going to be the warmest day of the weekend, therefore we decided to spend the day in Koblenz, a gorgeous medieval little town, located at one-hour-drive away from Bonn:

1:00pm We arrived at Koblenz.We walked to the famous corner where the Mossel and Rhine converge and took some fun pictures. The town has currently set up a cable car that take tourists to a medieval fortress located in the hill. The views are amazing from up there. 

3:30 pm Back in town, we walked around Koblenz's lovely streets and had a late lunch at Le Palais (check out those 'beautiful' flammkuchen -yes, they are as yummy as they look like) 

5:30 pm: On our way back to Bonn, Michael had a little surprise for me: He took me to this very romantic spot, Insel Grafenwerth, right by the Rhine, to watch the sunset. Breathtaking! 

Saturday, April 7:

10:00 am: Delicious brunch at Nottebrock followed by a lovely promenade around Bad Honnef.

Noon: headed to the Drachenburg castle -and felt like a princess for a few hours!

4:00 pm And speaking of princesses, Bundeskunsthalle -one of the most famous museums in Germany- is now featuring an impressive exhibition about Romy Schneider -the unforgetable Sissi. I truly enjoyed it. We also checked out Warhol's Menage A Trois exhibition, as well as the fantastic pieces brought to Bonn straight from London's Victoria And Albert Museum -exquisit!

Sunday, April 8

1:00 pm: We headed to Siegburg to visit Michael's brother and his family at their lovely country house.

5:30 pm: Returned to Bonn to watch Hamburg playing against Bayern Leverkusen at a local pub. 

9:00 pm: After a very darling promenade around the city, we had the Last Supper -last for now!- at Meyer's, a great spot right by Michael's house.

Monday, April 9

6:00 am Michael drives me up to Dusseldorf airport. It's time to go back to Miami. 

Michael, thank you so much for those wonderful days with you in Germany! I cannot wait to see what's next for us! 

So, how did you guys spend Easter? Did you travel somewhere?


  1. Looks like an amazing holiday trip! Thanks so much for sharing these pictures! xo style, she wrote

  2. Looks like you had a blast! Great photos.

  3. Oh my friend, I am so happy for you. It looks like you had an amazing time with an amazing man. Love is a beautiful thing! And I'm so excited about visiting Germany one day, especially that castle and medieval town!! Besos!!

  4. Looks like a fabulous trip! I haven't been to Germany in many, many years. I'm sure much has changed, but the beauty is obviously still there. Thanks for sharing your trip pics.

  5. What a wonderful trip! I love that photo of the flowers. It really looks like a fairy book land!

  6. Great pictures! So picturesque!

  7. Great post! Sounds like a wonderful trip and I love your photos - thanks for sharing :)

    Emma xo

  8. great images!!! been wanting to go there for the longest time!

  9. Thank you, the pictures are really cool!:)

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    Have a great weekend.

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