Why I’m Learning French

Hello hello! Learning a new language is hard work and a big time investment, so we better have good reasons for why we want to do so. Knowing why helps us with our goals in the language (making learning it more structured) and will also help keep us motivated. Here are eight reasons why I wantContinue reading “Why I’m Learning French”

The Unforgettable Capital Cities of Slovenia and Lithuania (Part 1)

Slovenia in September
University Life
Travel Goals
Cake at a Castle
Lake Bled
Ljubljana

Nazi Past in Nuremberg (Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände)

Dear readers, This post will be about the Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände  in Nuremberg, Germany. Also know as  the “Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds” in English. If you are interested in the Third Reich, want to know more about German history, and are interested in how museums portray historical events, this will be an interesting read for you.Continue reading “Nazi Past in Nuremberg (Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände)”

First Time Visiting a Concentration Camp (August 2017)

Dachau was the model for other camps. It was first. The quote on the front gate of the camp reads “Arbeit macht frei.” Working was supposed to “rehabilitate criminals and other wrong-doers.”

Was ist Deutsch? (What is German?)

Liebe Leserinnen und Leser, Heute versuchen wir die Frage “Was ist Deutsch?” zu beantworten. (Today we will try to answer the question “What is German?”). We will cover historical information as well as modern thoughts from several people–including myself. The magazine “Deutsch perfekt” put together an interesting article on the topic (September 2017) that IContinue reading “Was ist Deutsch? (What is German?)”

Hamburg’s Miniatur Wunderland: A depiction of 6,000 years of German history

Dear Readers, Today is Thursday, October 12th and after four days in a German hospital in Hamburg, where I know only one person, I am glad to be back on my feet and slowly recovering.  Due to my operation and hospital stay, my blog posts have been delayed. Fortunately, I got to do some sightseeingContinue reading “Hamburg’s Miniatur Wunderland: A depiction of 6,000 years of German history”