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Dresden really is an amazing place. There is so much to see in the city and the surrounding areas. The other night we went up to the Moritzburg Schloss and then up to a look out point where you could see across the whole valley.

Yesterday afternoon I went into town and met up with one of my 3rd cousins and we went up to Pillnitz.  Really nice place on the riverside/edge of the hill. There is more amazing buildings up their and a huge garden which is basically a collection of trees and plants from around the would. There is a really famous 700 year old japanese tree there which happened to be flowering.

Today it's been raining so it has been a productive photo uploading day.

Germany Photos are up! -

In a couple hours I head for Leipzig with Dani (One of my 3rd cousins) it just happened to be that she was heading there for the weekend too. I get to crash at the boyfriends place too. Yay for student living! My northern Lifeline Christine (2nd cousin from another side) will meet me tomorrow. Should be a great weekend.

I have reserved my spot on the ferry to Finland too. I leave Leipzig on Tuesday and the Ferry leaves Rostock early Wednesday morning.

three comments:

Hiya ben!
U’ve got some mighty purdy pictures there… But u should really try and get some with u in em for a change, instead of just the scenery… After all, we miss u u know :-)...
Suey (Email) - 05 05 06 - 15:43

Heya Suey. Yeah i know I was very slack with getting myself in my pictures in germany. I have some but when im in them it ruins all the nice scenery. And the scenery photos are the ones i want to be able to print and frame :P
[Toohey] (Email) - 08 05 06 - 15:51

Cha! Excuses, excuses… Well I still wanna see more with u in em :-)... Even if u are ugly :-)...
Suey (Email) - 10 05 06 - 10:06

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