All posts tagged: Germany

Presse, Bremen

Living in a small town has its pros and cons. One of the cons is that there are just a few nice places: a few nice restaurants, just four or five interesting shops, a couple of fun clubs… But the huge pro is the rush you experience when you discover a new place!!

German trains

I have a problem with German trains. I used to think they were the epitome of the perfect railway system, but they are not. They are expensive, have lots of delays, even the high speed trains!!! And they could use a little bit more of cleaning… Germany has lots of amazing things, but trains are not one of them! Since we lived in Germany we have suffered serious delays and had lots of problems, once we even had to get off a train in the middle of nowhere with -10º and waited for 45 minutes until another train, full of people, of course, came to rescue us. The worst thing of all was that no one told us what was going on, they just left us there, waiting. During our last trip to Bruges we lived a surreal situation. We bought two tickets for the high speed train Köln – Brussels – Köln because we thought that would be the most comfortable train of all… but we were so wrong. We were told that we …


Travemünde is a small seaside village in the north of Germany. We spent just an afternoon there. It was a windy day in late August, It wasn’t warm, but it was nice enough to take a stroll along the beach with our friends.


Yesterday we spent the day in Hamburg with some friends. I have to admit that the first time I visisted it I didn’t like it at all, but it has somehow grown on me and everythime I go there I discover new places. So now I can say I really like it. Here you have some pictures I took with my BB: First we went for a walk through the new areas of the river port. I’d love to have an appartment with those views.