I have been struck by a thought, why not to post about my husband's trip? My blog after all is not only about MY things, but about OUR things. Anyway, whatever I do these days, my D is always on my mind. I am sure, I am on his, what makes us connected through distance, good that we have experience in this already.
The city my husband went to is called Lippstadt, and this is where the company he works for has its headquarters. My husband was astonished with the city's beautiful architecture. He kept on telling me over the phone that it is so cozy in the streets, so beautiful and so... I myself visited Germany many many years ago with my Mum, so now I am glad my D can understand why I was always so much in love with this country.
The road from the Dusseldorf airport. The Autumn is over there now. So you can see all its colors. I miss real Autumn very much.
The city is not big. I guess what makes its beauty is houses in different shapes and colors.
I think that this is the city's plaza. The houses are like decorations! Oh I wish so much to be there too!
My D was quite surprised to see so many people riding bicycles there.I love this picture! Some bridge.. so romantic and a little Gothic... I miss such kind of surroundings and weather...
What my D enjoyed there for sure is ...food! He likes to try something different, but I was quite worried whether he finds anything what suits his taste. I was much relieved when one of his first statements was that he liked the food a lot! This is a restaurant they went to have dinner to. Cozy, cozy!
I guess it's all for now. Ahh... you can't imagine how much excited I am to see all these. I know my D definitely has a cultural shock, and I am glad he does. This acts like an injection of fresh air! I even remade a famous Sting's song "Oh oh, I am an alien, I am a little alien, I am an Indian in Europe!" :)
Have a lovely day, my dear friends, and may you discover more and more new things around!