In 1937 Australians didn’t take ‘gap years’ – least of all girls. So it...Read More
The train shudders as it crosses the bridge to Cologne. Barges and cruise ships pass below on the Rhine. Cologne straddles the river for miles; a million plus citizens call it home. Koeln Hauptbahnhof is one of Germany's...Read More
What to do on a rainy day in Munich? I looked at the information leaflet I had picked up at the Tourist Information Centre on Marienplatz and found, to my delight, two quirky sounding museums. One was the Nachttopf Museum...Read More
Apart from it being Germany's richest city, the nation's advertising and fashion capital (where Claudia Schiffer was discovered), and the hub of many Japanese corporations and banks, it's also a city of eclectic art...Read More
Maryl Celiz gets a few answers from Munich’s rep, Mary Phillips at the Visit Europe Media Exchange held in Los Angeles. Munich is known for its great food and beer. Can you say Octoberfest? I have. It may have been a...Read More
by Steve Smith | Dec 26, 2006 | Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, China, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Mali, Mexico, Peru, Russia, Spain, Turkey, United States | 3 |
In what could be the largest vote ever, the world will soon choose the New Seven Wonders of the World to stand alongside the Ancient Seven Wonders of the World. In January, the New7Wonders committee, chaired by Dr. Federico...Read More
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