CONTRIBUTED BY CALIFORNIA GLOBETROTTER Another harvest season has come and gone. The hops fields have been cleared, the rows of corn have been harvested, and the fields have begun to be plowed, prepping them for the approach of winter. When you think about Thanksgiving, you traditionally think of it only as an American holiday celebrated … Continue reading A Bavarian “Thanksgiving” – Erntedankfest Bad Gögging
CONTRIBUTED BY MACY ELDREDGE Have you really checked out the city of Kaiserslautern? If you're a local, I promise there are some interesting things to see in your own backyard! Do you live in one of the local villages, and don’t want to deal with parking downtown? Download the DeutschBahn app and get a ticket. … Continue reading 10 Things To Do in Kaiserslautern
#Repost @chayitz70 with @repostapp ・・・ City view from the Festung Hohensalzburg #salzburg #austria . #panorama #panoramacity #igerssalzburg A photo posted by Germany Ja! (@germany.ja) on Jul 17, 2016 at 6:39am PDT //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js Follow us on Instagram: @Germany.Ja Learn more about Salzburg here on Germany Ja
CONTRIBUTED BY CALIFORNIA GLOBETROTTER Visiting Germany is more than just drinking beer and eating schnitzel. Every year, Germany attracts thousands of visitors, 407.26 million to be exact, making it the seventh most visited country in the world! Many tourists flock to some of the typical tourist hot spots, such as Heidelberg, Rothenberg ob der Tauber, Berlin and Munich. While … Continue reading The Romantic Castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria
The flags of Normandie and France flying at Mont Saint-Michel. . #normandie #normandietourisme #montsaintmichel #visitfrance #castle #abbey #normandy #igersnormandie #wanderlust A photo posted by Germany Ja! (@germany.ja) on Jul 7, 2016 at 8:03am PDT //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js Follow us on Instagram: @Germany.Ja Learn more about traveling to Normandy here on Germany Ja.
CONTRIBUTED BY CALIFORNIA GLOBETROTTER When Americans think about traveling to Europe, they have an image in their heads of fairytale-like towns that will transport them back to a time long since gone. They imagine towns with cobbledstone streets, colorful half-timbered buildings and perhaps a Knight in Shining Armour. But many don’t realize, nor can imagine the … Continue reading The Medieval Wine Town of Esslingen am Neckar