Although I’m a bit behind the times on this Friday afternoon, I wanted to share a few photos from the Bad Godesberg Flea Market last Sunday.
I went to the market with Jan, Zoe and Will. While waiting for a lift, I snapped a few photos of the budding trees outside my apartment.
Sunday was sunny and hot with blue skies abounding.
After a couple of hours, we were all getting a bit hungry. Rather than having a quick and light bite like we’d imagined, we ended up eating at a buffet-style Lebanese restaurant called Sheba.
There were many vegetarian options which were all good. You pay by the plate size so are able to eat as much as you can fit on a plate. I would definitely go back as the food was fresh, flavorful and different.
Most of the ice cream parlors in Germany are run by Italian families. They work through the summer months selling the most creamy and delicious ice cream you could imagine, then pack up shop over winter and head back to Italy.
Gotta love a good price!
If you ever visit Germany, try to find a local flea market. They are a guaranteed good time!