Here we go again. I have done over 400 - 4 o’clocky’s *- My signature daily blog !
I know alot of you read it and that gives me the drive to be in your life with My thoughts and ideas every day 😉
Some time ago I’ve written about the ‘best’ time to submit a blogpost so you’ll receive worldwide exposure.
I came up with the term 4 o'clocky and I thought this might be a great idea to make a blogpost every day at 4 o'clock local time with this title. Every day I’ll submit a blogpost about something that keeps me busy, a challange, a contest or something important enough to share so Lets blog on and See you every day here at 4 !
This My 4 o’clocky for today...
As you know i went to Germany for two days to attend the steemit meetup by @detlev and together with @soyrosa and @pundito we went to the City centre to. I Will do Some other blogs about what we did and what we learned later this weekend.
Today for the fouroclocky i want to show you Some picture i took while strolling through Aachen.
Its a Nice but small centre and with the mix of old buildings a place you want to visit.
After leaving the we walked and did a phototour and went to church.
Just to give your quick impression here are Some photos.
I Will show Some more pictures and Will blog about the activities this weekend, now its time to go....
Aachen for the #steemitworldmap
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Sources used : My own private stock collection, Pixabay, Pexels, and with others its mentioned in the blog.
I would like to thank all my STEEMIT friends who have been supporting me. Feel free to leave me any feedback.