Tag: germany

A coffee roasters in a cemetary, Brandenburg duck & German train stations.

A coffee roasters in a cemetary, Brandenburg duck & German train stations.

I did a terrible job of photographing Berlin. I have no idea why, but I came back with 10 photos of brunches and train stations. What an oversight! We stayed in hip Friedrichshain, and spent our days in Mitte at The Barn Coffee Roasters and […]

Sustainable living in the Black Forest.

Sustainable living in the Black Forest.

The last stop on our road trip around the Black Forest was Freiburg, a medieval university town on the edge of the forest, and one of the greenest cities in the world. Home of the famous Freiburg Minster, a beautiful cathedral built in the 1200’s, […]

Deep in the Schwarzwald.

Deep in the Schwarzwald.

From Baden-Baden, we drove down south, deeper into the Black Forest (Schwarzwald). We stopped for the night in Hornberg, a tiny little town deep in the forest. We stayed with a lovely Airbnb host, who told us all about his little town. Much history for such […]

Apfelkuchen on the lawn of a German mansion.

Apfelkuchen on the lawn of a German mansion.

Oh, Baden-Baden. Known as a retreat for the wealthy, holiday destination of the Queen and Obama. For us, the gateway to the Black Forest, our first stop after crossing the border from France. For a couple of Aussies, Baden-Baden was insanely obscure. We’d never heard […]


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