The idyllic river flows gently around the castle mound. It’s cool, shallow waters and smooth stones are perfect for a barefoot walk. As my daughter and I stacked pebbles and stones into precarious pillars in the middle of the river the hem of her cotton dress skimming the water’s surface, small children splashed and giggledContinue reading “Why Visit Burg Eltz in Gemany?”
My stomach lurched as the bridge swayed slightly below me. I’ve never been afraid of heights, however, the 100-meter drop to the valley below is daunting when standing in the center of the 360-meter suspension bridge known as Hängeseilbrücke Geierlay.
Moving to Germany has been amazing! My family and I have enjoyed living in Europe and adapting to our life in another country. However, my husband, who never gets traffic tickets back in the states, has become a professional at getting traffic tickets in Germany. An interesting detail is that police officers in Germany don’tContinue reading “How to get a Traffic Ticket in Germany”
I love living in Europe, more specifically Germany. It’s a beautiful country with a great location, central to so much of Europe. It’s quite perfect for travel. A great aspect of living in another country is discovering the quirks that make it unique; and then realizing that you have adapted to these differences and haveContinue reading “Germany Quirks”
When hiking up to Hamburg Tower in Kaiserslautern, do NOT do what I did. I accidentally took my family on the extended, extra-long, scenic, scenic route. Probably added on a couple of miles for my husband, seven-year-old daughter and I. My advice: Choose the path that appears to be less traveled…that will make all theContinue reading “Hike to Hamburg Tower Kaiserslautern, Germany”