Topics :: Cologne, Germany
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Sunday Oct 21, 2012
What a surprise if you walked into the lobby of some hostels in Germany and saw families, business travelers, and young people from all over the world in a modern setting that looked like a brand new designer hotel.
Tuesday May 8, 2012
On June 3, 2012, one chapter in Berlin’s aviation history will draw to a close and another one will begin, when the German capital’s new airport Berlin Brandenburg BER opens, and the two remaining airports, Tegel and Schönefeld, will be shut down.
Friday Jan 13, 2012
At just under 600 kilometres long, the Romantic Road is the longest ’hop on-hop off’ route in the world; in its 28 towns and villages from the River Main to the Alps, visitors can discover a great variety of both well-known and less well-known sights.
Tuesday Jan 3, 2012
Northern Germany’s top chefs in Berlin and Hamburg continue to rack up Michelin stars, firmly establishing the two cities at the top of the country’s gourmet food chain.
Thursday Nov 10, 2011
As Christmas approaches, thoughts turn to Christmas markets. And, nowhere are they more beautiful than in SouthWest Germany. From the Black Forest region to Heidelberg, Mannheim and Stuttgart, SouthWest Germany’s Christmas markets are magical.
By EMILY FREDRIX | Tuesday Sep 13, 2011
Fortunately for those whose budgets and schedules preclude the trip, there is plenty to do - and drink - in the U.S. during the fall beer festival season. Think of it as Oktoberfest in America.
By DOROTHY ABERNATHY | Friday Sep 3, 2010
There’s nothing like having someone live with you for a year to forge a lifelong friendship. But you can’t just drop by for coffee when that person lives across the Atlantic Ocean.
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