Hotel booking is always one of the necessary things we need to check when traveling. But it doesn’t necessarily be too expensive that it kills our pockets. We can still enjoy comfort while staying on budget.
A wise traveler would always want to travel 2 or 3 or more countries in one go, crossing in one border to another. In order to keep the cost low and to maximize our time, most of us do it. Either in Europe or in South East Asia or in Caucasus region, one can spend few days visiting countries located close to each other.
One of the common interests we shared as husband and wife is theme parks. The Disneyland and the Universal Studios are among our top 2 picks. Recently, we spent a good time visiting the Universal Studios Singapore (USS). For a couple of times already, we thought that we were not that excited about it anymore. But little did we know that it was even more, an overloaded adventure and a fun-filled craze.
Some cities and country sides in Germany are full of lush greens, making it more appealing to its guests and visitors. One of the most frequented destinations hidden in the German state of Hesse is the town of Geisenheim, known as the “wine town”, “school town”, “cathedral town”, and “linden tree town”. And Schloss Johannisburg is just perfect for every traveler.
As every traveler becomes a story teller, it was a privilege for us to see a whole new world out there, somewhere in Germany. We could not forget our wonderful adventure and relaxed visit to this tiny little town of Mainz. We never imagined running into a beauty such as this.
There is not one town in Germany that is not rich in culture and history. Every single place has its own unique story to tell. We’ve never heard of Rudesheim all our life until some Germans who we came accross and get acquainted with surprised us with a wonderful visit to this fabulous small town.
Berlin is the capital city of Germany and most of its visitors would enter the country via Frankfurt International Airport. It marks the opening of the summer season when we arrived, the month of June. Germany is beautiful and so is Frankfurt.