I can’t possibly summarize the whole trip in one blog, there are too many amazing experiences I’ve had. There are a few highlights though.
I absolutely love the structure of this summer program: 4 days of learning, 3 days of adventure, repeat. Continue reading “What’s It Like?… Here’s Just a Fraction”
When the SPIG gang and I first got off the train to see the city of Wittenberg, the first thing I noticed was how quiet the city was. Sure, it was the morning, and yes, Sundays are the day of rest. However, aside from almost getting hit by a bike, the first 20 mins of walking in the streets felt like stumbling upon a ghost town. Continue reading “Checking Out Church in Wittenberg!”
Aside from Heidelberg, Bremen was by far the cutest and most touristy city that the group visited! Of course, the city had its staple trio꞉ a fancy cathedral, brats, and beer… BUT I was charmed even beyond that by the historical monuments, exceptional chocolate, and assortment of adorable shops. Continue reading “Bremen: a Town That Loves Its Animal Statues”
Although this phrase, which can be translated as ‘delicious’, has been used out-of-context countless times within our group, it’s not to diminish the abundance of some seriously fantastic food here in Germany. Here are a couple that I have come to love.
Here are three pictures from our German travel that capture cool moments! Continue reading “Boolin in Germany be like…”
Martin Luther’s church in Wittenberg provided a different experience than the Cologne Cathedral.
One Friday, our whole group took a day trip to Bremen, which was around a 4-hour train ride west of Berlin. The only thing I had known about Bremen Continue reading “Reflections on Bremen”
This is a group photo on one of our weekend trips to Lubeck.
For the last week, 6 of us took a 3 day trip to Vienna, Austria.
Some would argue that Brotchen is one of the greatest things in Germany.
I am a WWII history buff and I was exicted to come on this trip because Berlin is where WWII ended with the Battle of Berlin in 1945. When you travel around Berlin, you still see many scars of the battle and bombings that occured in the city. Continue reading “What’s it like?”