One of the great trends of the early 21st century has been the revival of nomadic lifestyles among people who, empowered by modern technology, choose to travel the world rather than settle down in one place.
After nearly three decades since the Berlin Wall came down as unexpectedly as it went up, there is surprisingly very little that remains in physical of the Wall today. 
Skiing in Oberwiesenthal, Erzgebirge, Germany.
At 914 meters above sea level the town of Oberwiesenthal boats the title of Germany’s highest town and with that comes great skiing and views of rolling hills for miles around.
Falconry show at castle Lauenstein, Erzgebirge
The Lauenstein Castle’s impressive history reaches all the way back to the 13th century and the building is still in impeccable condition to this day. It tells a lot of Saxony’s (and Erzgebirge’s) wealth in former medieval and renaissance times.
The Perfect Weekend Guide to Exploring Duesseldorf, Germany
You’ve heard all about Munich, you’ve landed in Frankfurt and you’ve explored Berlin, but if you
Ore Mountains: Steeped in History
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When I'm traveling, my trip should get as awesome as possible. I guess yours as well, right?
 
How do you achieve this? Usually budgets are limited or the time is! Everyone got a different opinion what “awesome” or “epic” means.
 

I booked my reservation over a month ago and I’m about to miss it.

Finally, my driver locates the cross-streets. I throw a fistful of Euros at him and scurry down the road to unsicht-Bar, Berlin’s “blind restaurant”.

Germany

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