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Rothenburg, Germany

Rothenburg, Germany

We showed up in Rothenburg, Germany on a sleepy afternoon in Bavaria. Rothenburg has the reputation as being one of the best-preserved Medieval villages in Germany, due to many different factors. It’s been around for over 1,000 years, and it’s history is immense!  One thing that interested me was that in 1631, during the 30 years war, the town was Protestant Lutheran, and was attacked by a Catholic Count who wanted a place to...

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Miltenburg and Wurzburg Palace, Germany

Miltenburg and Wurzburg Palace, Germany

The weather was beautiful on this cool, crisp morning in Miltenburg, Germany!     We found a cool old street leading up to a tower with a path underneath…begging us to come see beyond its entry!     It did not disappoint!  How beautiful!     It’s a tad bit old…1400-ish 🙂     Miltenburg...

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Heading into Heidelberg

Heading into Heidelberg

We had been told that Hiedelberg, located in Southwest Germany, was not to be missed. They were right!!  We parked in an underground parking lot smack in the middle of the shopping district, and took off on foot down the gorgeous walking streets flooded with locals and tourists, alike! I was really impressed by this one-handed man playing a steel-drum-type instrument…he was quite good, although...

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Interview with Raising Miro

Interview with Raising Miro

Have you ever heard of the travel blog, Raising Miro?  It is written by a single mother who has been traveling the world with her son for 3 years!  She writes: I have always known I wasn’t obligated to the rules of convention or governed by the ideas of others. I have always known the greatest pleasure I’ll ever feel is connecting with other beings and sharing an authentic moment. I have always known someday I would share the world...

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Off the beaten path in Germany

Off the beaten path in Germany

If anyone thinks that I am the person in our marriage that pushes for travel…they’re wrong. Dead wrong. Don’t get me wrong…I love it. But my husband looooooooves it! He is the navigator, and I’ve given him full reigns for day-by-day planning.  The upside of that is that he takes us to some seriously off-the-beaten-path places that I never would have put on the list…the downside is that when we set off on...

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Festival in Bernkastel-Kues

Festival in Bernkastel-Kues

Believe it or not, we attended a wine festival (Weinfest der Mittelmosel) in Bernkastel-Kues, located in Southwestern Germany. The land around here the area is simply stunning–beautiful hillsides covered in vineyards, with picture-perfect homes scattered throughout. Every once in awhile you catch view of a medieval-looking castle on a cliff side, as you wind through beautiful canyons dug out by the Mosel River. ...

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