Many people look at flea markets and see old junk long past its due date of usage. But, while one person sees trivial items, another sees a new flower station out of that old baby carriage or a new dry erase board out of that old window.
Electrifying vibrant colors dominating the night sky followed by a loud bang can only mean one thing — fireworks. These pyrotechnic light shows gather families and friends to become transfixed as they see magic in front of their eyes.
This has to be my favorite time of the year (and not just because of the weather). There is a festival somewhere every weekend, so boredom is not a feeling you should be experiencing during your summers in Germany.
No fourth without fireworks? If displays of pyrotechnics are a must for your Independence Day celebrations, you’re in luck. As the closing element to a handful of German fests taking place on the weekends bookending July 4, here are some places to watch the heavens will light up:
America’s most controversial pizza chain is making its way to Germany and you can thank (or blame) the Russians. Retail giant, PJ Western, who brought Papa John’s pizza to Russia is expanding south to Germany.
As many of us will remember from our school days, for those of us living in the Northern Hemisphere, the longest day and shortest night of the year occurs at the time of the summer solstice, which occurs on or about June 21 each year.