Wiesbaden was where my husband was based just before we moved to Germany
and quickly became one of my favourite places.
A historic spa city from way back in the Roman times,
it is filled with beautiful architecture as it suffered far less damage
than Frankfurt in WWII.
Only a twenty minute drive from home, was a favourite place to shop, eat and drink.
This time last year I headed in to Wiesbaden on a gorgeous Spring day.
A gorgeous day to wander through the market square, marvel at
the gorgeous neo Gothic Marktkirche, the City Palace, a palace for the Heir to the throne
and The Heathens Wall, Wiesbaden's oldest structure from Roman Times.
Also a perfect day to buy some in season and absolutely delicious
White Asparagus and for just €1 a kilo you can have them peeled before
heading home and having a scrummy white asparagus, prawn, tomato pasta dinner.
Now feeling homesick for Germany and really, really missing White Asparagus season!