Lifestyle

So you didn’t go gaga for the asparagus that works Germany into its annual springtime food frenzy. Perhaps you’ll find the next national obsession with seasonal produce more to your taste?
Germany’s tidy, chocolate-box villages are a sight to see in any season, but never more so than during the warm months of the year, when all that picturesque-ness is set off with a profusion of growing green, from arches dripping with grape-laden vines to ancient stone walls covered in trailing i
(StatePoint) As summer approaches, pools are great for play, exercise and therapy. However, it is critical that while enjoying ourselves, we take appropriate safety precautions.
It’s time to grab your popcorn and order your tickets! Following a 36-year hiatus, the saga of Pete “Maverick” Mitchell returns to the big screen in “Top Gun: Maverick” next week.
Many people practice yoga, especially now more than ever from the comfort of their own home. It is very accessible to roll out a yoga mat, follow tutorials and mirror any sort of video you can get your hands on. Your body reaps the benefits of yoga if you hold the stretches long enough.
Many years ago I visited friends who lived in Paris, and due to their busy jobs, I mainly wandered the city alone. It was one of the most daunting yet exciting moments of my life. 
Hours of sight-seeing have made you ravenous, so you’ve taken a break to down some pommes frites and a foamy beverage. But you’re not in France-- you’re in Belgium, where the locals still dispute the origin of “French” fries and crafting beer is a fine art, hundreds of years in the making.
One of the best experiences on a warm summer’s day in Germany is to meander through a city’s Altstadt and drop by one of its many "Eiscafés," ice cream places. One can either hope to snag a table outdoors and feast on a fancy gelato dessert served in a bowl the size of a baby’s head, or just grab
A week after arriving in Germany in 2013, my husband and I walked out of a restaurant and saw a large fire burning in the middle of the town square. Biergarten tables filled with revelers drinking beer and eating Brotzeit(pretzels)surrounded the blaze.
Besides a great looking lawn, nothing showcases the backyard quite like a cookout. But anything worth doing is worth doing right. So when it comes to grilling your next ribeye steak, take a cue from world-class chefs who are all turning up the heat.
Recording trips these days are often done through a smartphone. Your plane ticket, maps, pictures, down to your itineraries are kept in digital form and are easily forgotten. If you’re like me, you prefer writing things down and having physical copies of things often kept on our phones.
One of my favorite parts of traveling around Europe is breakfast.
When I was on the brink of turning 30, I knew I wanted to do something to mark the occasion. Rather than take a nice relaxing vacation, I chose to do the opposite. I decided I wanted to run a marathon. Here’s the caveat: I wasn’t a runner. Ever.
Spring has finally sprung! The skies are blue, the sun has come out to play and the flowers are in full bloom. With warmer days ahead, you may not be so hungry to eat a full-fledged meal. Why not try these refreshing and healthy salads instead?
Patio season is once again upon us, and you may want to add a few things to freshen up this outdoor space you plan to spend more in.
The town of Rüdesheim am Rhine is a well-known winemaking spot along the Rhine River.