This started as a lazy Sunday, and surprisingly cold for the middle of April. But after finishing the movie we’d started the night before, Edin and I decided to check out a Craft Beer Festival at the Nordbahnhof. We also checked out an artist colony in the area, and even a cemetery.
Bruchsal & Stumbling Stones
Stumbling Stones are placed in front of homes that were taken from Jewish families who almost always were sent to concentration camps. I was honored to be able to observe the laying of stones for 5 families.
The first word that comes to mind about this trip to Switzerland is…. EXPENSIVE. Maybe you thought I’d say beautiful, and it definitely was, but it was also a little cloudy this weekend so it doesn’t get top billing. Zermatt was lovely and other than a few random train rides, we had a great weekend.
2018: Year in Review
Making up for not posting more in 2018
January 2017 When my friend invited me to go to Iceland in January, I was leery. It’s the Arctic Circle […]
Colmar and Riquewihr
In a mad dash to see as many Christmas markets as possible before they close for another year, I joined […]
October 2017 I was fortunate enough to get to go to Paris for work. I attended meetings at L’Ecole Militaire […]
Christopher Street Day (CSD)
July 29, 2017 In the U.S. this would be equivalent to a gay pride parade. I saw a sign that […]
Friday, 21 Jul 2017 In the summer there’s a festival every weekend, it’s just a matter of finding them. On […]
Sunday Bike Ride in Stuttgart
After getting my mountain bike serviced, I was finally ready to take it out for a spin. I live on […]