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Germany’s oldest city is Trier – it dates all the way back before the Roman Empire! Trier was founded by the Celts (the Treveri tribe) in the late 4th century BC, although there is some evidence of a settlement as far back as the Neolithic period. Trier was then conquered by the Romans during the …
So here’s the thing: I think we’ve all realized by this point in quarantine that our hobbies include many “non-essential” businesses. I find myself day-dreaming of going into Home Goods or Marshalls and touching ALL the things that I have no intention of actually buying. Or sipping a nice latte in a window facing Fourth …
I’m not going to lie, 2020 is off to a pretty rough start. So many uncertainties, so many canceled plans (birthday trips, baby showers, visits with loved ones), so many unanswered questions and with that, so much…. (dare I say?) disappointment. We were really hoping to take a month-long trip to Europe after Will graduates …
Picture this: you’re on a beach, sunshine and a cool breeze on your face. In front of you stretches a crystal blue lake. Across the water to the left is Austria. And to the right, Switzerland. You see in the distance Pfänder, a snow-capped mountain (wait, snow-capped?? in July??). Well… what if I told you …
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is considered one of Germany’s most quintessential German towns. Famous for its timber-framed houses, it remains one of only three fully walled-in cities in Germany. Part of the Romantic Road in the Franconian region of Bavaria, 2.5 million people journey from all over the world to see this fairytale town. Rothenburg …