Our “Get out of the Cold” Vacation – Germany (Day 4)
We spent the fourth day (Thursday, January 14th) of our Florida vacation at Epcot. Epcot is divided into two parts: Future World and World Showcase. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I will be sharing with you our visit at World Showcase over the next several days. Earlier I shared with you our visit to Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Morocco, Japan, the American Adventure and Italy. This blog post contains photographs from our visit to Germany.
The outdoor miniature village and railway display was delightful.
St. Georges Platz has a statue of St. George and the Dragon and a clock tower. The Biergarten, at the rear of the courtyard (entrance on either side of the clock tower), sells traditional German food. We enjoyed a late lunch of Bratwurst sandwiches, Black Forest cake (for me) and a pint of German beer (for Bob) while in Germany.
From Germany we walked to an African Outpost, the subject of my next blog post.
5 Responses to “Our “Get out of the Cold” Vacation – Germany (Day 4)”
I love the pictures! I heard about Epcot, but have never been to Disney World so this is a good walk through of the various spots within the kingdom. I love it!
The miniature village is beautiful. In the first photo, I for second thought it is some aerial shot of a country..
Lunch sounded yummy escpecially the Black Forest cake!
Black Forest cake is German? Who knew? Not me.. lol. *belly grumbles* Linda, did you guys do the 'drinks around the world'? Or, did Bob, I should ask? lol That train layout was truely amazing, and I can't wait to show my dad! We have a train layout of our own!
Ciss B – I'm happy that you are enjoying the walk through!Trails of a Traveler – I had hoped for such an appearance when I cropped that photograph! I rotated the corners before accepting my crop.Elena – I LOVE Black Forest cake! It's one of my favorite desserts. My step daughter has a standing request to bake a Black Forest cake for each of my birthdays.ClayrPlayr – The first time I tasted Black Forest cake was in Germany, when I was stationed there during my stint in the Army. Bob remarked that it is possible to drink around the world, but he opted only for German beer. It would get expensive (not to mention cause Bob to be tipsy) to try beer from each country. You should share photographs of your train layout.