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The Berlin Airlift is remembered today as one of the greatest feats in the history of military aviation, accomplished in the face of overwhelming odds.
Welcome, spring! Oh, how I’ve missed you and the radiant sunshine you bring. I’m officially in the mood to start the 2019 festival season. The options are overwhelming. Let’s use this opportunity to discover a festival in the city of Aachen. 
A fest-tastic day 
Wiesbaden, Germany, May, 1948: Gen. Carl "Tooey" Spaatz, left, recently retired as Air Force chief of staff, and Lt. General Curtis LeMay, USAFE commander, review an honor guard upon Spaatz's arrival at the Wiesbaden Airport.
Once you arrive in Germany, it’s easy to be swept up in planning your travel adventures. Glamorous cities such as Berlin and Munich often beckon. However, sometimes the real gems are hidden right in front of you, within a day-trip distance.
Looking for ways to celebrate yourself or the women in your life today? Here are just a few ways to do so in Germany:
Random acts of kindness
Think German foods all pork knuckle and potatoes? Think again! Germany’s food and drink is widely varied and fiercely regional, and the city of Mainz is incredibly proud of its own culinary traditions.
This Valentine’s Day, skip the chocolates and flowers to splurge on a gastronomic experience at exceptional restaurants close to home.
ENTE Restaurant, Wiesbaden
Ladies, looking for a night out without men tagging along? If you’re in Wiesbaden, you’re in luck. And with a little more luck, you just might end the evening with more money in your pocket than when you started (implausible for sure, but it could happen…)
Love a visit to the spa, but not so enamored of the German protocol that dictates a sauna can only be visited when butt-naked and in mixed-sex company?
Wiesbaden’s famed Sternschnuppenmarkt, or Twinkling Star Market, is a beautiful Christmas market by any measure, so it’s little wonder visitors flock to it from all around Germany, far-flung corners of Europe, and aro
Those who call Wiesbaden home, a place of work, or free-time destination enjoy a world of culture within easy reach.
Photographic reproductions of business letters dating back to the early 1940s, blueprints, and black and white snapshots of factories and the people who worked there aren’t, at first glance, compelling material for a museum exhibit.
One city wears its wine festival proudly on its chest like an elegant string of pearls; the other tucks its annual homage to the grape in its back pocket like a jealously guarded treasure.
Wiesbaden’s residents seeking solace from the summer heat in a swimming pool are spoiled for choice.