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Tag Archives: germany

Nine days to go

I picked up a couple of these vintage postcards from the Nuremberg Christmas market two years ago. From the reverse: […]

Schloss Wernigerode

Folks seem to enjoy behind-the-scenes book stuff (like my Mary Modern chicken scratchings from 2004…and chicken scratchings, part 2), so […]

Happy Easter!

Here’s a postcard I found at the Christkindlesmarkt in Nuremberg (seasonally appropriate, I know. The Christmas ones are even cuter). […]

Adventures in Berlin: the Liquidrom

There are a few places in Germany I never got around to blogging about. I went to the ruins of […]

Adventures in Germany: Munich

I really liked Munich–it has such a pleasant, genteel vibe to it. Berlin is much grittier, which is also cool […]

Adventures in Germany: Nuremberg

While in Nuremberg I got to the Albrecht-Dürer-Haus, which is on the opposite side of this square (the entrance to […]

Adventures in Germany: Ottobeuren

My first stop in Bavaria was a little town called Ottobeuren, known for its huge Benedictine monastery. Here’s an early-morning […]

Adventures in Germany: the Christkindlesmarkt

I’m back! And it was wonderful. More to come over the weekend. Right now I got a novel to finish!

Adventures in Berlin: Potsdam

More info on Potsdam here. Top photo: the charming brick townhouses of the Dutch Quarter. The rest of the pictures […]

Adventures in Germany: Schloss Charlottenburg

Photos from a morning at the Charlottenburg Palace:

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