Archive for 'Germany'
Posted on 21. Mar, 2015 by Dany.
During my last visit to Berlin, I decided to stay in a hostel instead of with friends, simply because I had a lot of work to catch up on and wanted to make sure I’d have some time to myself. Whenever I stay with friends, I end up staying up all night, catching up over […]
Posted on 03. Jan, 2015 by Dany.
This week I learned that snow is rather pretty and doesn’t (always) suck, that I can survive two days without checking my emails and that I have pretty amazing friends!
Posted on 27. Dec, 2014 by Dany.
For the first time in seven years, I spent Christmas with my family in Germany and I had a blast experiencing German Christmas markets, baking cookies and having some quality family time!
Posted on 19. Oct, 2014 by Dany.
My last few days in Germany were spent with family and friends and with a short visit to Berlin – and I couldn’t leave Europe without one last proper German breakfast, of course!
Posted on 12. Oct, 2014 by Dany.
I returned to Germany in time to experience the closing weekend of Oktoberfest – three days filled with roller coaster rides, delicious treats and of course BEER!
Posted on 20. Jun, 2014 by Dany.
Munich is one of the most popular cities for travelers who are on a European vacation and visit Germany – almost everyone who I talk to tells me that Munich is on their itinerary. I can’t blame them, the city is popular for a reason: beautiful architecture, world-class museums, the well-known Bavarian beer culture, and […]
Posted on 04. May, 2014 by Dany.
A visit to Berlin is not complete without a visit to Tempelhof, the former airport that was turned into a public park – one of my favorite green spaces in the world!
Posted on 27. Apr, 2014 by Dany.
Even though visitors usually fall in love with my hometown, I was never a big fan of Erfurt, the city I grew up in. Sure, the town is pretty, with a magnificent cathedral, lots of historic churches and buildings that date back to medieval times and the famous Krämerbrücke, a bridge covered with inhabited half-timbered […]