2013/01/20

Most recent trip to Lübeck & Hamburg ♥

Good evening everyone

I hope you guys are doing well! I'm stuck at home being sick since Friday morning D: sucks (especially because tomorrow is my birthday)

Well, as I'm online right now I thought I could share another post with you
Last month I went to see my Grand Aunt and Uncle in Lübeck with my Mom.
We first had to head to Hamburg, which is quite far (map is following).
In Hamburg we had about 30 mins until our next train was running so we got some hot drinks at a really cute café:
Chocolate all over

Kids Stairway to Heaven!! Such a cute idea!! 
I got some hot Chai Tea Latte loved the cup

Arriving at my aunt's place in Lübeck I was lead to take photos of her flat...it's stunning.

She even prepared some cake for us (look at that dinnerware)

Yep, of course she owns a few dolls as well.

Mom & me were staying at a hotel. The dining room was kinda weird:
Random decoration hello.

One good part of the hotel was, that it was really eco-friendly.
Save energy.

At the first or second day my aunt was showing us some parts of Lübeck. Luckily there still was a Christmas Market:

Nice surrounding hm?

Shrimps

Church.

Church & Marzipan museum.

Yup, this is made of Marzipan.

Made of Marzipan as well...wow.

A little shopping:
Cute store at the left - F18 at the right

Langnese Happiness Station wish we had that at the place I'm living at 

Back at my aunt's place:
Grabbed some of the books.

This is my uncles hand writing...he's a type setter.

Drawing by uncle to the left - map to the right (I'm living next to Mannheim, guess you can see how far it is from Hamburg)

Lübeck Mainstation & me at Zara.

The day before we left we went to Hamburg:
MAC Store, something only big cities offer.

Monki one of my favorite clothing stores
& a really yummy curd snack!!

Monki inside.

One of Monki's mascots IKMO

Some shots of beautiful Lübeck:












Last evening we went to eat at a really fancy restaurant:


...shrimps again haha


Fancy place appetizer & decoration at the hotel

Got this from the Hotel

As my uncle is collecting stamps he asked me whether I could check if his Chinese stamps and Japanese stamps are mixed up:
..of course I couldn't tell about the really old ones. But I found some Korean stamps that were mixed up with the Chinese ones.


Hope everyone enjoyed his weekend bye for now

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