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It’s Cherry Blossom Season in Bonn, Germany, and we’re still under some Covid restrictions here in Germany.
The idyllic Black Forest (also known as der Schwarzwald in German)….it’s much more than I ever imagined it would be.
Germany, the land of enchanting castles, beer, festivals, Christmas markets, and much more. But, did you know they’re known for something sweet and delicious?
Spring is in the air here in Germany, despite the surprise cold front we have been getting the past few days.
Who knew we’d find a hidden gem of an adventure that consists of “mining” for gemstones and rock crystals in the heart of the Rheinland Palatinate region of Germany?
Hiking in Germany is quite popular, but one thing we like to do is find historical monuments and learn about their history.
In Germany, most places are closed on Sundays for a day of rest. However, in the Black Forest, tourism is still bustling. Most places remain open, but not to include grocery stores.
Read my review of one of Germany’s Center Parcs location
Wanna conquer your fear of heights? Or better yet, if you’re not afraid of heights, find joy in climbing and flying from one tree to the other? Then, look no further than in the North Sea in the seaside town of Cuxhaven. Yes, the North Sea in Germany has a climbing tree park called Kletterpark-Cuxhaven.
Did you know that there are several offshore islands that belong to Germany?
If you wanted to take a trip back in time to the Middle Ages and visit a German town that offers both charm and history, Rothenburg ob der Tauber is your place to go.
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