Herbst Markt

On the 3rd of Oktober, I delved fully into Autumnal stereotypes and went to an Autumn Market, German style. This market took place at a national landmark of sorts. It was at a town that has been preserved since Medieval times, so it was just as historical as it was scenic. I went there with... Continue Reading →

Want to go to Starbucks?

"Want to go to Starbucks?" was a phrase I said far to often when I lived in the U.S. With a drastic lack of small, privately owned European style cafes, the U.S. is truly at a loss, something I think many people realise. In Germany, every cafe has its own style and personality, and there... Continue Reading →

Deutsches Frühstück

This is a short post about the superb execution of breakfast by the German people because there is one thing that Germans do that is above all else. Above German cars, above German engineering, above lederhosen and Oktoberfest. BREAKFAST. There is nothing I look forward to more than waking up, because Brötchen and quark (kind... Continue Reading →

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