Flea markets in Berlin. Vintage shops in Budapest. Absolute heaven.
Our first stop is Amsterdam, and it has absolutely flown by! We only stayed two nights because we wanted to make more room for staying at our next stop- Berlin, which we are waiting on a train to right now.
Amsterdam is quietly and traditionally beautiful, in stark contrast to its seedy reputation for drug-taking and red-light wandering. Yesterday we visited the Alexander Zijp market and took a few snaps. Here’s Jennie enjoying an iced coffee in the heat…
Midi-skirt: River Island
Spotty top: Zara
Hat: The Hundreds (courtesy of Michael Nevin)
And so onto Berlin…It’s been a short and sweet trip here, apologies for the shortage of photos- more next time!
Only 2 weeks to go! On the 15th of August I’ll be embarking on a much anticipated trip around Europe. After Barcelona I had to do something to deal with the coming-home blues, so I’ve been working non-stop since in order to afford an interrail around mostly eastern Europe lasting until the 5th of September.
We’re starting in Amsterdam, then heading to Berlin, Krakov in Poland, Prague in the Czech Republic, Ljubljana and Lake Bled in Slovenia, then a quick tour of Croatia, and finally Budapest. Although the route isn’t exactly set in stone so who knows where we’ll end up!
I plan to blog from every stop, with photos of everything from street-style to what I’m having for dinner, that’s if we can afford food. Wish us luck, and see you there!