If the facade of the building is the face of the business, on Rothenburg’s high street, colorful and creative shop signs are the flashy earrings that get your attention.
One of the basic requirements for successful travel is knowing that where you want to go, is in fact, where you’re going. As obvious as this sounds, travel blogs (including ours) are littered with stories of taking the wrong bus, train, road, or street, and ending up in the wrong place. This is exactly the …
This modest, shell-encrusted box doesn’t complain as it sits, day after day, on a Miami Beach tourist shop shelf. It dreams about a change of scenery and some relief from the heat; going home with a Minnesota tourist would be nice.
Whether we realize it or not, in addition to luggage, most travelers carry a part of their homeland with them when they venture abroad. Serious travelers want to experience the local culture; food, art, music and history, but we don’t totally re-invent ourselves in foreign countries.
A Medieval Castle and a charming historic center crammed with half-timbered shops and houses – this is what we expected to see in Nürnberg / Nuremberg.
From the first human tribes to the titans of Wall Street, it’s a fact that the higher up the financial food chain one goes, the bigger and fancier the house.
For most travelers, any trip to Europe will include a fair number of visits to famous churches. Pick any travel guide for a European capital, and I promise that at least one (if not more) of the top 10 must-see sights will be a church.
There are unusual sights, and unexpected sights, but sometimes in our travels we stumble into something so surprising that it’s impossible not to stop and take notice. Surfboards and wetsuits, in the middle of Munich? These are the Eisbach River surfers.