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Travelog for: Woozy

Vogelsberg area, Germany - 2nd February 2012

By: Eustachia

Huuhuuu my friends!  :cyclops:

This is my first travelog. My name is Woozy and today i wanna show you some impressions of the "Vogelsberg" in Hesse.

I was on a roadtrip with my friend Foxi, who's a guest TV from my mentor Eustachia. We had so much fun and would like to share this with you. So, sit back, relax and enjoy my pictures  :rolleyes:

Welcome to my trip to the Vogelsberg.


This is the great nature i live nearby. Isn't that beautiful?



I love this little barracks in the middle of nowhere  :D




This view is sooo great!


Isn't it? Hahaaaaa










Enough "Vogelsbergpictures" for today  :D

See you later!

* Posted Feb 5, 2012, 4:41 pm Last edited Feb 7, 2012, 10:02 pm by Eustachia [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Wiesbaden, Germany - 3rd February 2012

By: Eustachia

Huuhuuu my friends!

Another day, another city to show you  ;)


Today i visited Wiesbaden, Frankfurt and Neu-Isenburg. I hadn't so much time to scurry around the area, so i took some pictures from inside the car to show you some impressions.

This is Wiesbaden.


I like the look of the houses  :D


Yeaaaah! Like Wooz in the suunshine.. like, wooz in the suunshine *singing*


Wooaaaa.. our fuel tank was nearly empty  :stare: Time to visit a gas station.


We need diesel fuel  B)


1,40 € isn't very expensive, so it was okay to refuel here in Wiesbaden. At home we pay 1,43 €  :o


* Posted Feb 7, 2012, 11:26 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Frankfurt/Main, Germany - 3rd February 2012

By: Eustachia

Now i travel to Neu-Isenburg. So.. back to the highway  :D




On my way to Neu-Isenburg i passed the Area around Frankfurt/Main.


You can see airplanes everywhere in the air, so we must be near the Airport  ;)


And yeeeaah! Woohoooo! Watch theeeere! A huuuge Airplane is starting or landing (i don't know) directly above us!  :o


And here i am at the tunnel right below this big airplane. Isn't that cool?  B)


Here you can see some buildings belong to the Airport Frankfurt:



This building in the background is pretty new


It's coming closer..




..mooore closer...


too close.. waaahh




Ah there it is.. the Aiport lettering  :D .....What? You cannot read it? Look there! Theeereee, at the arrow!


Okay, okay. Is it better now?  :rolleyes:


* Posted Feb 7, 2012, 11:41 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Neu-Isenburg, Germany - 3rd February 2012

By: Eustachia

This is my next stop: Neu-Isenburg.


At the shopping mall i searching for a new audio book to listen to while driving.


Do you know Warrior cats? It is soooo lovely! If you like cats  ;)
I will buy this one!


On my way outside i meet a little Pirate Lion. Haha a crazy, but funny guy, named Brownbeard. We talked a bit and became friends very quick, as you can see  ;)


We took the escalator downstairs and i told him about beeing a ToyVoyager.


Hmm, i think he was a bit distracted. All he was thinking about was to jump into this waterspout fountain. Hahaha, what a freaky guy!


I told him once more about the ToyVoyagers and that it will be great for him if he likes to see the world and more waterbodies.
Hahaha, as i spoke out the word "waterbodies" i got him! And so he came along with me to become a ToyVoyager too.  :)

That was my day. I hope you liked it.

See you soon!
Ciaaaoooooooooo  :D

* Posted Feb 7, 2012, 11:54 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Laubach-Münster, Germany - 4th February 2012

By: Eustachia

Wooohoooo!  :cyclops:

Today my mommy is going to the birthday party of her niece. She is two years old and we helped Eustachia to fill a Piñata. This is a christmas tradition in Mexico, but they were also used for Easter in Spain and for children's birthday party.



We filled the little horse with some sweets, confetti, play dough, tiny figures, buiscuit cutter for the play dough, a necklace and bracelet and some balloons.


I helped Misslucy with the Schokobons  :D



Haha Pink_bear wants some more confetti!




Foxi and me liked the pink balloons with kitties more, but Pink_Bear and Misslucy prefered the long ones with faces and oats  :D so Eustachia took the long ones for the Piñata and we blowed the kitty ballons for the party.


Finished! I loooove this purple horse! It looks soo funny, just like me  :D




Woozy  :D

* Posted Feb 7, 2012, 11:58 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Laubach-Münster, Germany - 24th February 2012

By: Eustachia

Today it's time for me to say byebye.
I will start my TV-adventures with the German ToyVoyager Trail and my first host is MA_17 in Berlin. Wooohooo, i am so excited!


But on the other hand i'm a bit sad to leave my good friends. They were so nice to me and we had a lot of fun together.

Okay guys, the time has come. I'm going to leave you today.


And now i want a biiiig cuddle from everyone of you! Come on guys..  :D


Waaahhh not all at once..


Okay okay, that's enough. Hahahahah


Here is my envelope..


Adieu! I will write to you in my travelog, so check it out from time to time  ;)


Berlin, here i come!


And don't forget: Keep your stiff upper lip!  :cyclops:



* Posted Feb 24, 2012, 5:37 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Berlin, Germany - 25th February 2012

By: MA_17

Hey Mom,

today I arrived in Berlin.
The postman put my envelope on the floor and run away screamingly. I had a look through my hole in the envelope. Hmmm first I saw nothing and then some eyes looked at me or should I say, they looked into my eye.

I decided to get out of the envelope so I gave them my hand to help me out.

These lovely guys who helped me out were already waiting for me. Alex, Crawfish, Mr. Furrington and Pieksi gave me a warm welcome hug.

They told me that our host has to work this weekend, but I could do a small bus tour along the Kurfürstendamm on my own. It was already dark outside, but I got some first impressions of what Berlin looks like.

Yours, Woozy

* Posted Feb 25, 2012, 11:00 pm Last edited Feb 26, 2012, 10:38 am by MA_17 [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Berlin, Germany - 27th February 2012

By: MA_17

Hello Mum,

I'm still tired, because the last night was a little bit too long! We watched the Academy Awards on tv! What an amazing show!

In the afternoon we decided to walk a little bit through the city.
First I went with Alex to the station Zoological Garden, but he told me to join the sightseeing tour of the other tvs. So I left him and went to the other dudes.

We stopped at the East Side Gallery. It is an international memorial for freedom and it is a 1.3 km long section of the Berlin Wall. The Gallery consists of 105 paintings by artists from all over the world.

Next to the East Side Gallery we saw the O2 World, a multi-use indoor arena. With a capacity of 17,000 people, it is home to the Eisbären Berlin ice hockey club and the ALBA Berlin basketball team and is used for other ice hockey, basketball and handball matches as well as concerts!
≈ something is wrong on the picture ≈

Ah, now it is correct! √

Mommy, did you watch the film "Run Lola Run"? Then you will know the bridge on the next picture!
It's a double-deck bridge crossing Berlin's River Spree called Oberbaum Bridge (German: Oberbaumbrücke). It links Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, former boroughs that were divided by the Berlin Wall and has become an important symbol of Berlin’s unity.

Here you can see the main river of Berlin. It's the Spree River and it is approximately 400 kilometres (250 mi) in length (not all in Berlin).

That's all for today!
Good night!


* Posted Feb 27, 2012, 9:22 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Berlin, Germany - 2nd March 2012

By: MA_17

Hello Mommy,

today I've been to Bernauer Straße. When Berlin was a divided city, the Berlin Wall erected in 1961 ran along this street. Bernauer Straße became famous for escapes from windows of apartment blocks in the eastern part of the city, down to the street, which was in the West. Several people died here when the border was first enforced.
As the street itself belonged to the French sector of West Berlin the entrances and windows of the houses on the southern side were successively bricked up by the East German border guards and access to the roof was blocked.
After the Wall came down, Bernauer Straße was the location of one of the longer preserved sections. Part of it was turned into a memorial park in 1999 with a recreation of actual border fortifications.

This is an old watch tower and a tiny part of the wall.

I also had a look through a small hole in the wall. Can you see the houses on the other side?

These are some paintings from different periods of the street next to the wall.

This is the Chapel of Reconciliation. It stands on the site of the old Church of Reconciliation (Versöhnungskirche), which was destroyed in 1985 in order ‘to increase the security, order and cleanliness on the state border with West Berlin’ according to the official justification by the GDR (German Democratic Republic) government.

Here you can see the park with some old original parts of the wall.


* Posted Mar 2, 2012, 6:19 pm Last edited Mar 9, 2012, 9:29 am by MA_17 [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Berlin, Germany - 4th March 2012

By: MA_17

Hello Mum,

today was a really long day!

We started at 5 a.m. and took a picture with some Buddy Bears. They look like the Quadriga on the top of the Brandenburg Gate!

Later the day we went to the airport. First we thought we are going to fly to a nice place, but we just picked somebody up.
Look at the big plane!

And then we did a sightseeing tour by night! First we went to the Sony Center. It is a Sony-sponsored building complex located at the Potsdamer Platz. There you can find shops, restaurants, a conference centre, hotel rooms, luxurious rented suites and condominiums, offices, art and film museums, cinemas, an IMAX theater, a small version of Legoland, and a "Sony Style" store.
The roof looks impressive!

This is the giraffe of Legoland. Huge!

We also stopped at the Brandenburg Gate. It is one of the most well-known landmarks of Berlin and Germany.

We met a statue of an Ampelmännchen! Ampelmännchen is the symbolic person shown on traffic lights at pedestrian crossings in the former German Democratic Republic (GDR - East Germany). Prior to the German reunification in 1990, the two German states had different forms for the Ampelmännchen, with a generic human figure in West Germany, and a generally male figure wearing a hat in the east.
The Ampelmännchen is a beloved symbol in Eastern Germany, "enjoying the privileged status of being one of the few features of communist East Germany to have survived the end of the Iron Curtain with his popularity unscathed." After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Ampelmännchen acquired cult status and became a popular souvenir item in the tourism business.

It's after midnight, I think I have to go to bed!


* Posted Mar 7, 2012, 3:42 pm Last edited Mar 9, 2012, 9:29 am by MA_17 [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Berlin, Germany - 5th March 2012

By: MA_17

Hey Mommy,

today I've been to the famous wax museum Madame Tussauds!
There were so many sculptures and they all looked so real!

I met Romy Schneider in her costume of Sissi. Doesn't she look beautiful?

I also met Stefan Raab!. It was really fun with him!

In the evening we went to the cinema and watched the movie \"This Means War\". Really funny! You should watch it, Mom!


* Posted Mar 7, 2012, 4:15 pm Last edited Mar 9, 2012, 9:28 am by MA_17 [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Wörlitz, Germany - 6th March 2012

By: MA_17

Hello Mom,

today I visited the Dessau-Wörlitz Garden Realm. The central Wörlitzer Park lies adjacent to the small town of Wörlitz at an anabranch of the Elbe river. It was laid out between 1769 and 1773 as one of the first English gardens on the continent. According to the ideals of Duke Leopold III the park would also serve as an educational institution in architecture, gardening and agriculture, therefore large parts were open to the public from the beginning. Most buildings were designed by Erdmannsdorff, while the gardens were laid out by Johann Friedrich Eyserbeck. The gardens are protected from floods of the Elbe river in the north by a dam which is also a belt-walk offering numerous views along the park's sight lines.
Wörlitz Palace finished in 1773, residence of Duke Leopold and his wife Louise of Brandenburg-Schwedt, was the first Neoclassical building in present-day Germany. The palace and its interior with valuable cabinets from the studio of Abraham and David Roentgen as well as a large collection of Wedgwood porcelain were publicly accessible. Louise had her private home in the adjacent Graues Haus (Grey House). At the eastern rim of the palace's garden stands the Wörlitz Synagogue built in 1790 as a rotunda modelled after the ancient "Temple of Vesta in Tivoli, Italy. The Neo-Gothic St Peter's Church in the west with its 66 m (217 ft) tall steeple was finished in 1809.
The philosophy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the aesthetic of Johann Joachim Winckelmann underlie the design of the park. Wörlitz Lake featured an island atop which was a model of Mount Vesuvius. The duke would stage fireworks that seemed to issue from an erupting volcano to entertain his guests. At the foot of the mountain on the island was a building intended to suggest William Hamilton's home at Pompeii.
Few years ago my host worked as a tour guide in the castle and the park. 

This is the Wörlitz Palace.

Here you can see St Peter's Church.

This is the rock island with the volcano Vesuvius and Villa Hamilton on it.

On our way to the island we saw this amazing gate. Can you see us?

Behind us you can see the Pantheon. Not many visitors see it, because it is at the end of the park. Most people take the short way by ferry.

The river Elbe is about 6km away from here, but look, behind the dike is still some water from the flood left!

This lake is called "Tiny Walloch". On the other side you can see the White Bridge.

Once again the Palace. Can you see it?

Look at the temple of Venus. We were allowed to pose for a picture in front of her.

Under the "Cliff of Luise" are many underground tunnels. Spooky! We walked through all of them!

This is the Chain Bridge, from bottom and top. It was funny to run over it.

Under the Chain Bridge we found a nice place to rest. Behind us you can see the High Bridge.

This building is the flora temple and in front the flora garden. But there are no flowers at the moment. It is still too cold.

And once again the White Bridge. Isn't it beautiful?

Look, some flowers are already awake!!! And I think I fulfilled on of my life missions. Ok, I didn't sit ON the purple flowers, but they were all around me. What do you say, Mom?

This is the Gothic house. It looks different from both sides!
-ooops, wrong-

We climbed on a tree to fulfill one of Pieksis Life Missions! Normally there are many peacocks sitting on the tree!

The house in the background is the palm house. In winter all palms are "sleeping" there, because the winter is too cold for them!

At the end of the park there was a tunnel, again. There was also a labyrinth made of stones and bushes. With some unknown statues in it.
Can you see us?

This is the map of the whole park. It is so big! My tiny feet hurts! But it was a wonderful day!

Love you,

* Posted Mar 8, 2012, 10:37 am Last edited Mar 9, 2012, 9:28 am by MA_17 [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Berlin, Germany - 7th March 2012

By: MA_17

Hey Mum,

another day with wonderful weather. We had a walk through the city. First we went to the place where the "West Port Canal" runs into the river Spree.

This is the Spree.

After crossing a bridge we went to the garden of the Charlottenburg Palace. It is the largest palace in Berlin and the only royal residency in the city dating back to the time of the Hohenzollern family. The palace was built at the end of the 17th century and was greatly expanded during the 18th century. It includes much exotic internal decoration in baroque and rococo styles. A large formal garden surrounded by woodland was added behind the palace, including a belvedere, a mausoleum, a theatre and a pavilion. During the Second World War, the palace was badly damaged but has since been reconstructed. The palace with its gardens are a major tourist attraction.
First we had a look to the map.

This is the tea house "belvedere".

The gardens of Charlottenburg Palace.

The carp pond.

The Mausoleum was built as a tomb for Queen Luise between 1810 and 1812.

The woodland.

Charlottenburg Palace in the background and the Orangerie in the foreground.

We left the Charlottenburg Palace and went to the Großer Tiergarten which is simply known as Tiergarten.
It is an urban public park of Germany located in the middle of Berlin, completely in the homonymous locality. The park is of 210 hectares (520 acres); and among urban gardens of Germany, only the Englischer Garten of Munich (417 ha/1,030 acres) is larger!
We walked through the whole garden, from east to west!

This is the memorial of Goethe, a German writer, pictorial artist, biologist, theoretical physicist, and polymath.

This is the memorial of the composers Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn.

In the Tiergarten you can find many trees, ponds and small lakes.

Then I arrived at the Victory Column. It is a major tourist attraction to the city of Berlin. Berliners, with their fondness for giving nicknames to buildings, call the statue Goldelse, meaning something like "Golden Lizzy".

Next to Lizzy I saw the Bismarck Monument. It's really big!

At the end of the walk I saw one of the watergates of the Landwehrcanal. But this time there was no ship.

I think I walked a little bit too much! I'm so tired!


* Posted Mar 11, 2012, 7:07 pm Last edited Mar 11, 2012, 8:06 pm by MA_17 [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

around the world, World - 10th March 2012

By: MA_17

Hello Mum,

today I've been on a journey around the world!!!

First I stopped in Serbia. Have you ever been there?

Then I went to Tyrol, Austria. Ouh, the mountains are high!

As a souvenir for you I got 2 pins. I'll take them with me until I'm back home.

(Btw, I just went to the world's largest tourism trade fair - ITB.)  ;)

Yours, Woozy

* Posted Mar 11, 2012, 8:53 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

Berlin > Dessau > Berlin, Germany - 11th March 2012

By: MA_17

Nothing to do, so we did a ride by car to Dessau and back.
The weather was really bad!


* Posted Mar 12, 2012, 1:36 pm [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page

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