Postcards From German’s Country Side

Germany has a ton of destinations. The country is large and there are so many places i would love to visit. Nonetheless, due to limited times, I could only visit four cities during my Euro trips, almost five years ago. After spending a day in Cologne and Bonn, I continued my trip to Munich. This time, I was not alone. Instead, my friend T, came along to explore Munich and some cities in East Europe for the next eight days.

As T knew that how much I love the road trip, she booked two bus tickets for both of us. We bought ticket in the last minute, since I did not plan to stop in Germany before, we could not get the train tickets which were suitable with our budget. Yet, traveling by bus was also not bad. The bus stop was closed to the flat where T lived, so it made our travel easier. The trip took more less 7 hours journey. The bus itself was comfy and equipped by small rest room, small television screen for each seat which we never used for the whole trip. That was our first meet after six years, T and I spent most of the times by remembering our old times at university.

There are not so much I can tell for the road trip, except the beauty of sceneries of German’s country side that I could shoot when the two of us were too tired to talk. Please, enjoy the views below.

Bonn was left couple of minutes ago

When se started to enter the country side

Somewhere in Germany

Somewhere in Germany

Golden peanut plantation, Somewhere in Germany.

Houses at the country side

Somewhere in Germany

On our way to Munich. Somewhere in Germany.

On our way to Munich

Houses at the country side of Germany

Beautiful church, Somewhere in Germany.

Somewhere in Germany

Somewhere in Germany

The wind mill. Somewhere in Germany.

Somewhere in Germany

Somewhere in Germany

Somewhere in Germany

Here we were, arrived in Munich, the Home of BMW.

 

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