Jet Life: German Holiday

October 15, 2012

By Katrice


In just over a month, I'll be making my first trip to Germany by way of Frankfurt. EXCITING NEWS !! for me, considering that I've recently become completely enthralled with World War II and the war-torn country's recovery. My best friend has been to Germany and it remains one of her favorite places to travel, so I've made a mental note of all that she loves about the culture and atmosphere. I've also been scouring travel text about what to expect — food, weather and streetscape. 



I'll be making stops in Regensburg and Nuremberg, and I'm especially excited about visiting the Christmas Markets of Bavaria while there. I'd love to hear from you about where to go and what to see, and what to pack. I hear it will be extra chilly when I'm there.  

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12 comments

  1. I want to go!!! Put me in a suit case please, lol.

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  2. I wish I could take both of you! lol

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  3. GERMANY!!! I think you are going to love it!! I went there my senior year in high school and LOVED it!! It's on my list of vaca trips in my adult life! Enjoy and take lots of pics!

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  4. AHH! Germany! I'm so excited for you. I have a special fascination with WWII also that never really goes away. I can't wait to read all about it.

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    1. I feel like I willed this trip into fruition. lol

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  5. How lovely! Although I've had relatives who've lived there it never crossed my mind as a vacation spot, but I'm sure your pics and eloquent recap will chance my mind

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    1. That's what most exciting, over the years, I always thought of travel to exotic locales. My horizon is really being broadened.

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  6. Enjoy; so excited for you!! I was just chatting with a German colleague about travel there last week. I will ask her if she has any "must do" recommendations and pass along anything she shares. XO.

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  7. You will LOVE it here, especially since you will be coming during the holidays. I just relocated to Frankfurt, Germany in August, and since I've been here people have been saying Christmas is Germany is what Christmas is all about. Enjoy!!

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