Break My Style | Travel Diary: Dresden, Germany

Travel Diary: Dresden, Germany

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My euro trip with my family was so jammed packed with activities and everything was super worth it. We stayed in one city for two-three days then leave again for another adventure. I have to give credit to my parents for being so game to travel and keep up with my brother’s itinerary! After Moscow, we went to Berlin for a few days then went to Prague for an overnight trip. From Berlin, it takes you around three to fours hours (car ride) to get to Prague but we decided to do a stopover at Dresden first since it’s on the way. Sadly, we only spent around three hours in this beautiful city because we wanted to maximize our time in Prague. We were able to see some historical places like Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister (Dresden Art Gallery), Bruhl Terrace (a historical architectural ensemble also named as “The Balcony of Europe”) and Frauenkirche, a beautiful Lutheran church. There were also a lot of breathtaking places I saw but completely forgot to ask the tour guide what it was. Imagine, I was just standing there in awe haha. Everything happened so fast I totally forgot we were just passing by Dresden for a few hours. I hope you like some photos I took during our quick stopover. BMS.

My euro trip with my family was so jammed packed with activities and everything was super worth it. We stayed in one city for two-three days then leave again for another adventure. I have to give credit to my parents for being so game to travel and keep up with my brother’s itinerary! After Moscow, we went to Berlin for a few days then went to Prague for an overnight trip. From Berlin, it takes you around three to fours hours (car ride) to get to Prague but we decided to do a stopover at Dresden first since it’s on the way. Sadly, we only spent around three hours in this beautiful city because we wanted to maximize our time in Prague. We were able to see some historical places like Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister (Dresden Art Gallery), Bruhl Terrace (a historical architectural ensemble also named as “The Balcony of Europe”) and Frauenkirche, a beautiful Lutheran church. There were also a lot of breathtaking places I saw but completely forgot to ask the tour guide what it was. Imagine, I was just standing there in awe haha. Everything happened so fast I totally forgot we were just passing by Dresden for a few hours. I hope you like some photos I took during our quick stopover. BMS.

    29 Comments

    1. Ebran Andales

      First time ko lang mag view ng blog. Most of the time yung nakikita ko lang sa social media. oh my god! This is awesome. May bago na naman akong tatambayan. I mean mas dumadami yung goals at knowledge ko. Thanks Ate Laureen. GODSPEED!

    2. lesly anne

      I LOVE THE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS HERE! WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST IN GERMANY BABYLOVE? MASARAP DIN BA FOOD NILA SA GERMANY? EHEHE! :D

    3. bash

      you inspire me to study hard so that i can get to have a good job in the future, for me to be able to travel in beautiful places like this someday :D

      • Laureen Uy

        Study hard!!! I’ll be having a school planner launch soon!!! Do check my instagram account next week! :)

    4. dada

      a lovely lady in a lovely place. no single days na hindi ko chinecheck blog mo. good job laureen! :)

    5. jonathan bautista

      hi laureen uy!!!

      it is very nice to all your style and with the picture. on may 9th at sofa institute manila.your sister (LIZ UY) i really want to learn aBOUT IN FASHION STYLE because i feel so inspiration. i like that she is smile & humble & kind. . :)

      I am Deaf..

      • Laureen Uy

        Hi Jonathan! Thank you for always visiting my blog. Glad you enjoyed my sister’s styling session :)

    6. Laney

      Hi!

      You have such a great eye for choosing pictures to feature. I’m a new subscriber, so forgive me if you’ve answered this in the past, but since you’ve visited several places, which one is your favorite?

      http://www.laneyatbp.com

    7. Aida

      Love all your pics! been to munich & frankfurt only. Now I want to include Dresden in my list. love your blog…so informative and a feast to the eyes. More power!

    8. sej

      aaaggghhh!! Drooolinggg. super nice! thanks for sharing all you journeys MS. Laureen. nakaka-inspire. masyadong yolo :D

    9. Ali

      What a great idea! I would probably think I were being peaknrd if anyone did something like that. Can you imagine? I would look side-to-side to see who was doing it. Random Acts of Kindness make my day….I had a $10 off of a $100 purchase at Target coupon that expired that same day that I couldn’t use (my total was only $40) and gave it to a mom with a few screaming, wild kids. She was so shocked! I wasn’t really out any money, so it felt like a *cheat* but I could tell she needed that smile. Hopefully, she took the $10 she saved and bought herself a bottle of wine. :)


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