trip to munich

rules: answer 20 questions and tag 20 followers you’d like to get to know better :)i was tagged by: @darlingaaron​ thank you babe!!

name: coralie
zodiac sign: scorpio
height: 1m74
orientation: straight
nationality: french
favorite fruit: apples
favorite season: spring
favorite book: all for the game trilogy
favorite flower: sunflower
favorite scent: coconut
favorite color: red
favorite animal: dogs, cats and otters
coffee, tea or hot cocoa: hot cocoa
average sleep hours: between 6 or 7 i think
cat or dog person: both
favorite fictional character: aaron my love (and andrew)
number of blankets you sleep with: one duvet and sometimes a blanket
dream trip: new zeland, munich, (also i wanna go back to london and dublin)
blog created: 2012 i think (wow)

i tag: @aarondingel, @evak-malec, @dannymillers, @softrobertsugden, @isabellaofparma, @bartsugsy, @thank-your-lucky-stars, @sugdone, @itwasjustmisplaced, @longlivethefreakinme (only do it if you want to <3)


Германия оказалась самой чистой страной, которую я встречала.
Нравится их стиль архитектуры.
Нравится большое наличие магазинов свежей еды.
Нравятся огромные желтые поля гречки.
Нравятся эти странные немцы.
Достаточно уютно


Moments in Munich: A Food and Travel Guide

Random person’s travel video. She’s from Malaysia and living and working in Germany. Learn more about her and why she’s in Germany here.

“Here I present you highly recommended places to eat and see in Munich City. If you are doing a sightseeing trip to Munich, be sure to check out these locations as they are all conveniently located in the city center. Places featured in the video: Rathaus (city hall) at Marienplatz - City gate at Karlsplatz, one entrance to the main shopping district of Munich - Englischer Garten: A big park with small rivers and ponds. An ideal place to take a walk with your dog or do sports. During summer, you can also enjoy a hearty meal of grilled chicken or pork knuckle outdoors at the Chinesischer Turm. Many will also come here to lie under the sun. - The street where you find all the branded and expensive fashion goods is called Maximilianstraße. Louis Vuitton, Versace, Dior are all located here. - If you feel like having a classic European brunch, go to the Vorstadt Café. As it is located very close the the university, you will find many young and fashionable people eating here. The price is very fair. It is open every day from 8 AM to 1AM into the night. - Alter Peter is the premiere destination in Munich to see the city from the top. There is a small entrance at a corner of the church from where you can start your journey higher. Entrance fee is 1.50 EUR. Make sure that you have enough stamina to climb the 306 stairs up (and back down again). - Viktualienmarkt is the best place to get fresh vegetables, fruits, cheese, or wines directly from the farmers and immediate retailers. - Lou Lan Cha is a new bubble tea boutique specially tailored for the Taiwanese. Besides drinks, you will find lots of original and self-made snacks that you would otherwise only find in Taiwan. They have a variety of new things coming each time, so stay updated on their Facebook page. - Once you feel like enjoying a traditionally Bavarian dish, come to the very crowded Hofbräuhaus for a Sauerbraten or Schweinshaxe. Located nearby the Marienplatz, it is easy to find. Here you can find the menu which Germany’s cuisine is famous for. - The Glockenspiel Café has various cakes and drinks. Grab a seat near the window to enjoy the unique view on the Rathaus while sipping your warm cappuccino on a cold and snowy evening.”

Since someone asked

((I got like 273928492929 questions about my nationality and stuff.

I live in Italy at the moment, but I’m half German from my mum’s family. I have relatives in Russia, born in Russia, in Canada - moved from I don’t know where to Canada -, America and England. So… yep, I have no idea of how to describe my nationality, I refer to myself as “German inside”.

I speak English, of course, Italian, Russian, French, German, Japanese and I’m currently learning Chinese. I also would like to learn Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish.

I can speak English, Italian, Russian, French and Japanese fluently, but not German and Chinese. I always have to think about the correct words to choose after speaking.

About trips, I went to Munich, Berlin, Rosenheim (Germany) Vienna, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Linz (Austria) EVERY SINGLE CITY IN ITALY (LOL), and Ottawa when I was little.))

You know. I tried to show up before the trip to Munich, and make my surprise debut there, but scheduling became a total pain in the ruckus. Hopefully this box of sugar cookies can make up for it, and a cute baby girl that’ll show you lots of love? But, yeah — hi. God. It’s so great to be back in town.