La campagne

This weekend The Husband and I took a quick jaunt to Germany — and when I say quick, I mean it. We were in Friedrichsburg for less than 24 hours, but it was totally worth it! Since I took a million and one pictures, we’re going to break these up.

 

So, voilà, photos from the trip to Paris to the German border.

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Funny story about this one, actually. We went to pick up our rental car, and immediately had to go around this puppy upon exiting the agency. The only slight hiccup we had was the The Husband hasn’t driven since we moved here, and hadn’t driven a manual in over 4 years. Well, we survived to tell the tale!

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I’ve never spent much time in the French countryside — my heart belongs in Paris. However, after spending a week at my roommates family farm in the middle of France a few years ago, and driving through the campagne this weekend, I can now safely say that I definitely NEED to spend more time there. Beautiful, every inch of it. Even when it’s raining!

 

Stay tuned for Germany, and some funny stories about Americans in tiny towns!

 

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4 comments
  1. i love his tie. And the images are excellent also! Merci..!

    • katherinecurrent said:

      Avec plaisir! I love his tie too — he wore it for our wedding!

  2. Oh man, what stories do you have on us Americans!!! LOL! I can only imagine! I would love to go to both Paris and Germany one day!! You guys get to see so much over there….the architecture is KILLER!

    • katherinecurrent said:

      I know, right! I’ve officially decided that being a poor student is the best when you’re in such a cool city. I mean, at least we get to live off tasty baguettes and see cool things while having no money!

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