The second part of my Germany trip covered a cruise along the beautiful Rhine River. I will wanna try the Danube River next time! Remember the song Blue Danube? Lalalalala~ lala~ lala~ (I don't actually expect you to be able to catch :P) Anyway, the cruise was wonderful, and we stopped at Bacharach, a tranquil small town along the river.
Oh before that, just to show you pictures of my breakfast! Aunt bought them from the neighborhood bakery and they're so fresh and delicious.
Scenery along the river.
This looks like a castle with a trapped princess inside, hahaha!
Recently I have a love for churches. Although I ain't a Christian, I really appreciate and enjoy looking at the structures.
Cuckoo clock! :)
And I too became very appreciative of lines!
Bacharach is like a fairytale land. I've never been to place lovely like this!
This oldest house in Bacharach (the Altes Haus) was constructed in 1368! I should have entered and see if I could get any vintage finds that'd been there for hundreds of years :P
Bought these from a vintage store.
Back to uncle's cottage and aaah, coffee! One of the best coffees I have had!
Uncle made us mussels that're heavenly awesome!!
Oh and one of the main purposes of our visit this time was to see my new born nephew, Raphael! He's such an adorable pie, hence excuse the abundance of similar pictures. Don't you love baby skin? :)
That's all for my updates on trips. Will not be able to upload so many pictures already, since school starts! :( I wish I could visit Paris in the next few months (planning)! :)