Starting from münsterplatz and continuing till fridensplatz, Bonn Christmas market is big, varied and one of the best Christmas markets I have seen. There're lots of items for all, babies to elders and lots of lights, colors and foods. One day I visited just with ellie and other day with friends. Still I would like... Continue Reading →
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Cochem station DB Recently, my passion has been finding the local gems of Germany with short weekend trips. We went to Cochem for a Saturday in DB regional trains. It is in the Mosel valley and from Frankfurt you can take ICE or RE 2&1 for reaching here. There is a shuttle bus to go... Continue Reading →
Season's greetings ... This year has not been easy for many of us.. I am no exception! People lost their jobs, faced emotional stress, pandemic, political unrest and loss of normal lifestyle. Mask is new normal in many places, no social gathering , we missed friends and families. Many regard this year as the worst... Continue Reading →
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Senckenberg We went to Frankfurt for a day for some official work last week, so it was planned we will only see this museum. Located in Frankfurt am main, the Natural history museum of Frankfurt or Naturmuseum Senckenberg has largest collection of large dinosaurs in Europe. It sits very close to the Frankfurt main Hauptbahnhof... Continue Reading →
Hello/ hallo/ Hola/ Bonjour from Bonn, where we live now. Bonn is a beautiful city and second home for Germany's major administrative positions. The city is famous for its cherry blossom , however due to Wuhan virus epidemic, this year tourists were banned for visit. But they blossomed all the same, so here is a... Continue Reading →
"The Blooming Baroque Ludwigsburg is the oldest and most beautiful permanent garden show. With its extensive parks and colorful flowers, the Blooming Baroque draws more than 500,000 visitors, large and small, from all over the world every year". -Truly said in the website for visitors, Ludswigsburg is one of the most beautiful baroque place I... Continue Reading →
Füssen is a small beautiful town in Bavaria, in the district of Ostallgäu, 5 kilometres away from the Austrian border. Füssen is famous for two things. The town is known for its violinmaking industry which I did not know when I visited. Second for being the closest transportation hub for the castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, my fairytale weekend trip from munich, and that... Continue Reading →
Garching is a small town in the district of Munich, Bavaria. I probably would have never heard of it, if my husband did not accept a project in Max Planck. And I totally recommend this toy town. Home to sixteen thousand people, Garching has the charm of small European town. Its name in the map is... Continue Reading →