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Imperial Highlights • April 2014 • Munich – Nuremberg

So I finally found time to edit & resize the photos I took from my not-so-recent trip to Germany. /gives self pat on the back.

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I was so surprised to see さくら trees [cherry blossom] – perfect view from our hotel balcony.

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I think I took about 10000000+ photos of さくら ! Card Captor feels.

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First day in Munich was terribly cold! I thought my ears would fall off :))

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But that didn’t stop me from taking an #ootd shot 😉 Thank you fur jacket.

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Before anything else, meet our awesome Trafalgar guide, Dean Smart. BEST and friendliest guide I have met so far. There wasn’t a dull moment cause he’s also super animated – no more sleeping in the bus! Trafalgar should give him a raise :))

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First stop – Marienplatz or Mary’s Square is the heart of Munich which used to be home to medieval markets, celebrations, and tournaments during the 12th century.

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Can you spot the Glockenspiel Clock ?

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THIS NEARLY GAVE ME A HEART ATTACK. Damn you hanging man statue.

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When in Bavaria, drink beer.

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Coca-Cola > beer. #ModelEmployeePlease

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Stop for day 2  – Nuremberg

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Greeted by the Schöner Brunnen [en: beautiful fountain] – “a 14th-century fountain located on Nuremberg’s main market next to the town hall and is considered one of the main attractions of the city’s Historical Mile.”

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St. Sebaldus Church [St. SebaldSebalduskirche]

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Hauptmarkt – market place famous for its handmade ornaments and delicacies.

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SO FLUFFY. 

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I can’t with this funny looking beaver.

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& even funnier worm.

Ended up taking tons of photos and not buying anything. Oops?

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Yummy dessert to end this entry~

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Hope you enjoyed the photos 🙂 Will be posting more photos from this trip soon!

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