It seemed like you had been traveling for hours now. You recognized nothing around you. It was rather hard however, to find anything familiar when all that surrounded you was rocks and trees. And to be fair, all of the tree's pretty much looked the same. Every once and a while you'd pass a small family run shop or gas station, but nothing to help you know where you were. You let out a long sigh and leaned on Germania's shoulder. "Germania, I don't want to sound like that annoying little kid in the back seat or anything, but are we almost there?"
Germania nodded. "Yes, it should only be about five more minutes. I'm sorry it took so long, but trust me, it'll be worth it." A slow smile spread across his face as he gave your hand a tight, loving squeeze. After just a few moments your car came into a clearing, you saw rather picturesque log cabin that sat next to a small lake. It looked like a picture from a fairy tale.
"Oh my gosh, it's so pretty. Like a painting. Is this where we're staying?" You shook Germania back and forth.
Germania stiffened, gripping the wheel of the car tighter. "Yes, it is, but if you keep shaking me like that we're going to crash into a tree and we'll never get to enjoy it."
You let go of his arm. "Oh, my bad." You were there now, so you quickly jumped out of the car and ran over to the cabin. You rushed inside and looked around. It was small, only one room excluding the bathroom. It had a wood burning fireplace and stove, no TV, no fridge or freezer, no power at all. Everything in it was made completely of wood or stone. You doubted the bathroom even had plumbing. You would be rouging it out here, but you didn't mind a bit. You were more than sure Germania could take care of you. "I like it. You were right, it was worth the trip." Stretching on to your tip toes, you gave Germania a kiss.
He blushed all over. "I'm glad, I was really hoping you would. I only have one rule. While we're here, no electronics. So no cell phones, iPad, iPod, laptops or anything like that. They all go in that trunk. "He pointed to a large wooden trunk by the foot of your bed" Now, I should get us something for dinner. I hope you're okay with fish, because that's probably what we're going to get." Germania took what he'd need for fishing from a small closet. "I'll be back."
"Okay, that's fine by me." While he was gone you thought you'd make things a bit more homey. You managed to get a fire in the fireplace, unpacked everything and even made coffee on the small wood burning stove. A few moments later a rather sheepish Germania walked in. "Hey, you, don't have any fish."
He put up his gear and nodded, letting out a tired sigh. "I know, those fish are smart." Germania blushed. "Maybe, we could just order pizza instead. It's already pretty late."
You were obviously confused by Germanias comment. "How, we don't have any electricity, remember?"
Clearing his throat, Germania lifted a cellphone from his pocket. "I might have some, at least until the battery dies. Sorry, I forgot I had it. I broke my own rule."
You laughed, squeezing him tight. "That's okay, I think we can break it just this once. Only so we can eat though."
"Right." Germania dialed the number for pizza and held the phone up to his ear. "You want some bread sticks and soda too? They have a special and I really like breadsticks."