Archive for category: Germany

  • Nine Towns In Four Years

    Nine Towns In Four Years

    Welp, it took us almost 4 years but we finally completed one section of the Deutsche Fachwerkstrasse or German Half-Timbered House Road. The road has 7 sections and the one we completed, called “From the […]

  • The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

    The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

    One of the best times of year in Germany, if not the best, is Christmas market time. This year, for the first time, we did a week-long Christmas market trip to celebrate the season. The trip […]

  • Something’s Brewing in Lich

    Something’s Brewing in Lich

    As everyone knows, the town of Lich, Germany is famous for being the home of the Licher Brewery. Yup, those are cases and cases of Licher beer behind the unfortunately locked gate at the brewery. […]

  • The Witching Hour

    The Witching Hour

    The first time we went to Idstein was a few years ago for their Christmas market. We could see that it was a great town with fabulous half-timbered houses, but it was so crowded for […]

  • A Fishy Business

    A Fishy Business

    Gernsheim is a small town on the Rhine river that started out as a little Roman fishing village about two thousand years ago. Sean found out about Gernsheim last February when we were looking for something […]

  • My Hat’s Off To You

    My Hat’s Off To You

    You know those hats that have a brim, and a band around them, and what looks like a dent on top of the hat in the middle? Like the one that Al Pacino wore in […]

  • Still Not Tired Of Half-Timbered Houses

    Still Not Tired Of Half-Timbered Houses

    On a cold but sunny, blue-skied day this past winter, we took a drive to the town of Babenhausen. Babenhausen obtained city rights way back in the year 1295 – 720 years ago this year […]


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