Germany I TRAVEL, I READ, I BECOME..

Germany is a blissful place to visit, the previous summer I went to Munich and some different urban areas in Germany. It was a great get-away and I felt satisfaction and joy in each place I went by there. We traveled from city to city by a car that we rented from europcar.com. The climate was a bit sunny at noon however around evening time it was lovely and serene. We arranged a timetable for the urban places we went by. In the first place, we began in Munich where we went to the famous zone there which they call it the (Marienplatz) and there was that huge church and everywhere on that place we discovered streets shows and people who cove themselves with colors to get tips from visitors. The second attraction in Munich is (Englischer Garten) it’s a big green land scape and I believe it’s the biggest garden in Munich and I took a video of the lake with a background sound of the swans. Those are the most two set that stole my consideration in Munich. Our second destination was to Salzburg the little old town I call, we remained there for two days in a little wooden house that was so stunning. bridge that people go to and hang locks in it to be remembered in that place, but I believe that they change the cages of the bridge every year. The most amazing background I've ever done in this tripe was going to Garmisch which we to highest point in the mountain by a cable car, it was stunning and amazing yet somewhat terrifying. I also went to Blausee, the broken hearted lover lake I call it. And also the top of Tegernsee's mountain. It was a decent experience. Germany is an incredible place to visit it has old towns and breathtaking views and places. It was the most amazing place I have went to in my life and I am certain of going there again one day.

Marienplatz, street shows.
Englischer Garten, the lake.
Salzburg, locks bridge.
Garmisch, the mountains from far away.
Garmisch, above the skies.
Blausee, The eyes of the beautiful maiden who died of a broken heart.
Tegernsee, The top of the mountain.
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mouza alqubaisi
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