Hey Everyone! Todays post is about Berlin and is part 3 of a series of blogs I have been doing on Germany. You might be able to tell from my other Germany posts that I love visiting this country. My grandfather served in World War II so ever since I was a young girl I have loved learning about the history of the war. What I love most about Berlin is that there are little memorials all over the city to recognize what happened during that time. Things to see: Brandenburg Gate Memorial… View Post

Hey Everyone! I hope you are having a great Tuesday! This is part 2 of my Germany posts which highlights my trips to Heidelberg, Munich, Trier and Dresden (click here to see my first post). Enjoy! Heidelberg: Last fall when I was working in Wiesbaden I decided to take a day trip to Heidelberg. It was a close drive (about an hour) and seemed like it would be a manageable trip to do by myself. I had no itinerary when I went (just hopped in the car and drove), but ended up having… View Post

Throughout the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016 I spent a lot of time in Germany. Deutschland has always been one of my favorite places in Europe and I loved getting the opportunity to explore some new cities. Where I worked: Wiesbaden While I was in Germany I worked in a town called Wiesbaden which is in central western Germany, about 20 minutes outside Frankfurt. It is a lovely town with lots of restaurants and great shopping (I tend to go shopping a lot when I’m alone and wandering around.. I… View Post

Happy Monday everyone! Seeing as it is now September (where did this year go?), I thought it would be fitting to do a recap on Oktoberfest which is starting in a few weeks. When I found out I was going to be in Germany at the end of last year I knew I had to take a trip down to Munich for Oktoberfest. I had been to the festival once before when I was studying abroad and had an amazing time. What’s not to love about people from all over the world gathered… View Post