Last but not least is the third part of the Strasbourg posts in my 'European Travels' series which you can check out here. In this post most of the photos featured were taken towards the beginning of the day...
We arrived about lunch time, so we were all pretty pesky due to our hunger. The view as seen above was where we decided to settle and enjoy our quick meal. It was such a gorgeous sight and picturesque that it made it near impossible to complain about anything.
After we finished lunch we toured around the river side before heading down to the city centre for some shopping and sight seeing. Saying that, I did do mostly shopping and wish more than anything that I could have looked around for longer. There was so much to see and soak up, I am pretty sure that I did learn quite a bit about their culture and saw loads of stunning sites nevertheless.
These cute ducklings I saw whilst walking past the river to take photos of the lovely architecture- that I bang on about way too much. They were just absolutely adorable that I couldn't not take a photo, I mean I am just a tad obsessed with taking photos ( I had over 3000 from just my european travels).
To be completely honest I had forgotten I took this photo and I'm not even a hundred percent sure where exactly it was. Although I have just said that I'm convinced that it was on the way towards our picnic site ( by the river). There were so many little streams and rivers around both Germany and France, which really makes Europe stand out I think.
bracelet, Market in Titisee
bag, Market in Titisee
Although the scenic photos and even outfits are different, I still feel the need to apologise for the repetitive outfit however it is one of my favs. The rather huge river I am overlooking was one of the memorable sites of Strasbourg, as well as being one of my favourites.
Here is a cute little photo of my longest best friend and I in Strasbourg being tourists ( as always!). I thought it was quite a nice photo plus you guys need to meet the girl behind the camera for my last few posts!
That concludes all the Strasbourg posts now, so I think it's back to some photos in Oxford or maybe of camp. I'll see what I can come up with, obviously something good though.
Ciao, Jess xx