Germany

Protected: Rock n’ roll in Germany: A Q & A with Dan Webb

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Where to see Munich’s city center

Share If you climb all 306 steps of St. Peter’s Church in Munich’s city center, you will be rewarded with an amazing view of the city, even on a rainy day.

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Protected: Milan takes over Marienplatz

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Protected: Sneak Peak of Bavarian Budget Dining for Kickstarter VIPs

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Munich’s Dark Side, After Dark

Munich’s Dark Side, After Dark

Share A few nights ago I ventured out on my own, successfully – and slightly smugly – navigating the public transportation of Munich solo after being unable to convince anyone to join me on a Ghost Tour of the city after dark. And I’m so glad I did; it was entirely worth walking home alone…

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The Tragic Tale of the Goethe-Elefant

Share Before you read this, I warn you: This is no tale for the faint of heart. In fact it might be quite the tear-jerker, especially if you harbor a love for pachyderms, as I know so many in the great state of Alabama, particularly around our dear university, do. Once upon a time, there…

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Every story has a beginning.

Every story has a beginning.

Share In 1812, brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm published their first edition of Children’s and Household Tales, more commonly known as Grimm’s Fairy Tales, which contained many stories of discovering magic, overcoming hardships and learning lessons. Some of the most famous of these tales are ones we still know and cherish today. For example, Cinderella, Snow White,…

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Regensburg Day Trip

Regensburg Day Trip

Share Tuesday was an incredible day touring the city with Emily and Katie. We walked through the city of Regensburg, which is about an hour and half train ride from Munich, and saw tons of examples of incredible architecture, great people, outdoor cafes and more! Regensburg’s 11th-13th century architecture is what helped make it be…

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Shots of Salzburg

Shots of Salzburg

Share The Alpine Living editorial team arrived in Munich, Germany on Saturday, March 12th. We hit the ground running on the day of arrival by touring Dacchua and the City Centre of Munich. After that, we all split up in multiple directions working on stories, videos, and photos. I took a group to Salzburg to…

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Germany’s Romantic Road- Augsburg & Landsberg

Germany’s Romantic Road- Augsburg & Landsberg

Share Over the past four or five days, I have seen more castles, palaces and cathedrals than most Americans will probably see in a lifetime. And all of them were at least 100 years old, of course. It is hard to imagine living in a place with so much history, walking by these things every…

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