Dresden – Part I


Happy 1st of March you guys!!!

Can you believe it’s March already?! Just some more weeks to go and it will be easter! I’m not complaining, I can’t wait until April. There are a few things pending around here, and that month will be decisive. Not much is going on around here lately, so I finally downloaded pictures from trips we did in December while we were still in Germany. Dresden is the capital of the state of Saxony, and is located near the Czech border, it took us three hours to get there by bus from Berlin. We went with our good Italian friends Marina and Maurizio, and boy was it a cold day! I even had to stop at Rossmann to by a pair of socks, my feet were freezing…hahahaha

I fell in love with this city, and could not believe that it was one of the most destroyed cities after World War II. Our trip was really fast, we arrived in the morning and left around 9’o clock at night, but it was enough to see how amazing that city is…I would easily live there!



Semperoper opera house




Dresden Frauenkirche Church




The cool couples xD



Trying to pose, but it never works…haha



We took a little pause for a typical German lunch at Paulaner, which was delicious!

After that, we visited the Zwinger Palace, and may I just say that I’m loving more and more these places, it seems that wherever you go in Germany there is a palace to be seen! I really have to go back there in the spring, must be even more beautiful!





Amazing, right?! ❤ ❤ ❤

Stay tuned, for part II!

I hope that I inspire you to visit Germany 🙂

All photos by my now husband, Rafael ❤







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