During our trip to Brussels, we left the hustle of the modern city and spent a day in the middle ages exploring the small city of Bruges, a time capsule of cobblestones, abbeys, and canals. No Tardis needed Bruges is an hour west of Brussels, and a popular day trip for tourists. I didn’t knowContinue reading “A Weekend in Bruges”
A weekend in Brussels: Everything you need to know about beer, chocolate, and traveling during a global pandemic.
Hamburg from a Height A three hour train ride from Bielefeld is Hamburg, a port city located on the Elbe river. Hamburg has always had an international atmosphere due to its historic role as a major port between Europe, Scandinavia, and America. Now, it’s the hub of Germany’s media and the European headquarters for manyContinue reading “A Weekend in Hamburg”
When I think of schools in rural areas, I think of Ohio. Underfunded, old, and probably not the best education. But honestly, I think of the same things when it comes to urban or suburban schools. Walking into the Sassenberg Secondary school was like walking into a corporate HQ…only this one was for learning. MyContinue reading “High School in Germany”
Allow me to take you through a typical German Christmas season…who knows, you might want to adopt some festivities into your holidays.
Germany is a culture of remembrance, and a culture of action. See how they keep nazism at bay and honor those affected by it. #nazisraus
In the parks, hidden beneath the undergrowth and seeping out of old stumps, are mushrooms (Pilz). These fungi grow anywhere soggy and muddy, and come in all sorts of shapes and colors. In fact, Germany is known for its mushrooms and consumes the most amount in Europe (2.9 kilos per person annually). There’s even aContinue reading “This post is just mushroom pictures”
I had to get back to Hogwarts, and with the Harry Potter Studio Tour in London, I felt right at home. Join me on an immersive exploration into the Wizarding World.
A weekend trip to London with no plans turns into a cultural download of sites and museums.
Always Lookin’ Up The trains coming into the Cologne train station take the scenic route, crossing a bridge over the Rhein, cruise ships floating below. Along the river are modern, attractive skyscrapers. If you’re nose deep in a book, or sleeping in your seat on the train, you might miss one of the most spectacularContinue reading “The Cologne Cathedral”