High Five for Friday (H54F) – originally seen at The Lauren Elizabeth – is about highlighting the everyday awesomeness from the previous week (or anticipating the awesomeness in the week to come), which I think is a good practice. So without further ado, here are my high fives this week:
But first. The reason I was working on German instead of Spanish for the past couple of months is that I just got back from Germany!
Suffice it to say, the German I had learned didn’t really help much, but we did have a great time!
Top 5 Germany photos (all taken with my phone):
1. Inside the Monument to the Battle of the Nations in Leipzig, Germany. It was where Napoleon’s army was first defeated. And there are several large statues. Inside! (See my foot on the bottom left.)
3. Cafe und Kuchen – the German equivalent of British tea time. Literally, it means coffee and cake – this time it’s at Cafe Riquet in Leipzig, Germany.
4. Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
5. You pass this kind of stuff on the train.
More about the trip later, but in the meantime, you might want to check out some plane ticket prices. 😉