Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Stalk me in Europe!

As you may already know, I'm taking a holiday to Europe and the UK in October.
If you live in any of the cities I'm visiting I would love to meet you!

October 4th-8th: I'm in Paris with my best friend Merissa
October 9th-12th: I'm in Rome, travelling by myself from now on.
October 13th-16th: Vienna
October 17th-19th: Berlin
October 20th-Nov 4th: Back in the UK, visiting family in Leicester. Then staying in Manchester with a friend, and going to Whitby for the Goth Weekend!
Nov 5th-11th: London! Staying with Merissa.

I'm really keen on eating schnitzel and bratwurst in Vienna/Berlin. So if any of my readers are in those places, I want to eat some awesome meat!


Insomniac’s Attic said...

Mmmmm, bratwurst.

You must try the Goulash and Glühwein in Vienna, Natalie. Although I think we were there right around the same time as you will be, and they said it was too early for Glühwein. But I insisted and they made it for me. ;o)

Inmate 4 said...

Whitby! Ah, you lucky thing, I never have the money to go and when I do I don't have the weekend free. You'd think it'd b easier for someone from Scotland to get there than an Aussie! Have fun. :)

N. Finsternis said...

Yaaay I'm writing the dates down in my calendar! Going to be fabulous in Berlin you're going to have the sin city tour [just kiddin XDD]

N. Finsternis said...

Oh I forgot, do not leave Vienna before you have an Apfelschtrudel! it's divine. Meat luxuries I however couldn't share with you, I'm vegetarian :)

linnea-maria said...

Oh I wish I was nearby or in one of theese cities when you are in Europe. Unfortunately I live far away :/.
Stay safe when you travel alone, ok?

jurassicgoth said...

Looking forward to you arriving in Manchester...and going to Whitby :-)

Laura Morrigan said...

Whitby Goth Weekend! So jealolus! I would love to go to that with some of my friends one day!

Grissino said...

I have read too late!
Next time that you come to Vienna, try the "Wiener Schnitzel" in the quality "surschnitzel". This means that it have a special taste, a little bit acid... I order always this one, never the "standard" one.