Monday, 30 September 2013

Black Forest Baden-Baden.

28 September 2013.

I know I have to be fast in writing, fast in selecting photos at least, 'because posting those photos on Facebook is too mainstream.' If you get what I mean tehhee.

So, last weekend Fatin, Farah, Aina and I bought Happy-Weekend-Group-Ticket which can be used to go to any cities in Germany for 24+3 hours and we choose Black Forest Baden-Baden which took about 2 hours and a half from Stuttgart City Centre. Actually by using that ticket, we can even go to Berlin or somewhere far from here as long as it is still in in Germany, within the hours stated. Kalau tak, kena beli ticket lain la jawabnya. Ohh and, the ticket is not only for trains, but also valid for buses and S-Bahns. So convenient, kannn?

The Black Forest or also known as Schwarzwald is a wooded mountain range in Baden-Württemberg, southwestern Germany. Administratively, the Black Forest belongs completely to the state of Baden-Württemberg and comprises the cities of Pforzheim, Baden-Baden and Freiburg as well as other districts. Well, Black Forest Cake is actually originated from this region.

We took off at 7 in the morning, transited at some locations, and somehow lost direction when suddenly the train stopped because that was the end of the route bhahahaa. But Alhamdulillah, we've made it there by 11 a.m. and.. Ahhhh, for the rest, I let the photos do the talking, ok?


 
Lastly, we took off at 6.18 p.m. and sebelum balik sempat lagi ber'McCafe'an..Yikes!


So this is what my mom always told us, 'Pergi muka gajah, balik muka tikus.' Plan nak pergi Kaufland beli ayam untuk masak esoknya, semuanya punah. Kaufland pun dah tutup, masing-masing flat, tak bangun-bangun dah. Esoknya pesta makan nasi lauk sardin je laa :p

Yeayy, so I've successfully updated another entry this time! Yet, another one is coming. Till my next post, tschüss!



with love,

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Staatsgalerie and Hauptbahnhof Tower.

21 September 2013.

Hello society! I'm sorry for late updates recently. In fact, I've cheated for couple of times, for posting new blog entries but set the time earlier so that it won't look like I've posted 2 or 3 blog entries in one day hehee.

Since I have Mon-Fri class from 8.00 a.m. to 1.15 p.m., my daily routines; I usually wake up at 5.30 a.m., get ready and have my breakfast then go to the class. After class, arrive home at 2.00 p.m., prepare my lunch, hibernate in my room while marathon-ing Gossip Girls, or spend time or go out with friends, at night have my dinner and do my homework, and sleep at 11 p.m. Baby tak? hehee

Of course weekend is weekend, I spend most of my time exploring the city. Last weekend, we went shopping for warm clothes as preparation for coming winter. This week, we went to Stattsgalerie for Art Exhibition, since Edvard Munch's masterpieces were exhibited this time in Stuttgart.

Edvard Munch made history as a highly talented artist in the late 1800's. He was an expressionist painter and printmaker from Oslo Norway. He was regarded as the pioneer of the amazing expressionist movement. His art work from the late 1800's is the most well known, but his later work is gradually attracting more attention and is a worldwide inspiration. He is most famous for his painting, The Scream.


Since the weather was so nice, we headed to Hauptbahnhof Tower, to see the view of Stuttgart city from the top! Later, we spent the rest of the day walk along Königstraße and.. shopping!



So that was all for the last weekend. Most of the shops and malls in Germany are close on Sunday, so I prefer to just stay at home, doing chores, cook and hibernate underneath my comforter because it always like a warm safe place from the cold. Brrrrr.

Well, it's time to do my homework. See you next time, Assalamualaikum ;)




With love,