Picnics on the bank of the river becomes a common sight, as do row boats, kites and a sprinkling of wildflowers of every color imaginable.
I consider myself fortunate to be able to call this fairy tale city my home for almost two years.
I'm thankful but I can tell Chris wishes it had been longer.
I turn bright red, desperate for cover, so embarrassed. Kryss is very chatty, which is good because I'm nervous and the beautiful man keeps staring at me when I'm looking at Kryss. Given its romantic castle ruins, beautiful architecture in the old city, and serene walkways along the Neckar which flows nestled between two mountains, it is hard not to fall in love.With the advent of Spring, the magnolias and cherry blossoms in seductive pink compete for our admiration. I was in Berlin for a month and I can’t even remember it…that’s how epic it was!!! ), some I do find hilariously true to a certain extent. What I find amusing is how some Germans will search up schedules on the Deutsche Bahn website, so it’s not even, “Hey, let’s meet at around 5,” but rather, “Hey, let’s meet at exactly 17.27.” And when they say 17.27, you better be there at 17.27. While most stereotypes aren’t fully true (how can you say a country of 80 million people are all the same? Germans are very punctual One of my German friends told me that Germans consider it better “to be 30 minutes early, than 5 minutes late,” which I find true.