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  • New Ford S-Max will automatically obey speed limits
    New Ford S-Max will automatically obey speed limits
    Ford has announced that it may have the answer to the ongoing question, what to do about speeding violations; a car that reads speed limit signs and automatically slows down.According to CNN Money, Ford (F) says that the newest edition its S-Max...
  • Mile Jedinak goal v Germany 2015
    Late goal stops Socceroos from stunning world champions
    A late goal was all that stopped Australia from pulling off a stunning result as a goal nine minutes from time salvaged a 2-2 draw for Germany on Wednesday night. It was another fantastic result in 2015 for the Socceroos, who now begin to move on...
  • Red German wine
    Red wine from Germany makes its mark
    Germany has a well established reputation for Riesling and for good reason, but in spite of our long association of this grape and with this nation, Germany is not a one-trick pony. In fact, the country that set the gold standard for beautiful,...
  • July 12, 2015 - Festival Pause Guitare
    More Bob Dylan concerts in France, Germany, added
    More Bob Dylan European concert information continues to emerge, despite no official word on the artist’s official website at the time of this post. Yesterday, I wroteabout upcoming performances in Bamberg, Germany (June 23), Italy’s...
  • Bavarian Pretzels
    250-year-old pretzel pieces located in Bavaria, Germany
    Next time you burn something past the point of it being edible, maybe just hold on to it and bury it in the yard. You could potentially be responsible for archaeologists finding the oldest bran muffin in a few hundred years. A similar story is how...
  • Measles claims the life of 18-month old boy in Berlin outbreak
    Measles claims the life of 18-month old boy in Berlin outbreak
    While recent attention has been focused on the spreading outbreak of measles in the US and whether or not the government has the right to demand that children be vaccinated, an even larger outbreak of the disease has been spreading through Germany...
  • Needle
    German nurse apologizes for purposely killing at least 30 patients
    On Feb. 21 a German nurse, who previously admitted to killing at least 30 patients in his care for the thrill of trying to resuscitate them, apologized to the families of his victims. The 38-year-old nurse, who is only being identified as Niels H....
  • Hot photos of 2015 World Cup ski jumping champion Carina Vogt from Germany
    Hot photos of 2015 World Cup ski jumping champion Carina Vogt from Germany
    Carina Vogt is the top women's ski jumper in the world in 2015. Carina is also super hot, so here is a slideshow of hot photos of Carina Vogt so you can see what she looks like.Hope you enjoy the hot photos of Carina Vogt in the slideshow....
  • Dresden memorial
    Death toll from bombing of Dresden was well above 25,000
    This weekend of February 13-15 marked 70 years since the infamous bombing of Dresden, Germany in 1945. The bombing campaign lasted for three days and leveled most of the city in a vaporizing inferno, and there is universal agreement among everyone...
  • The murmuring Lorelei Rock
    Legends from the Rhine
    Along the banks of the Rhine in Germany folklore and mythological tales are abundant, steeped in romance, mystery, enchantment, and death. Other major rivers of the world possess their traditional lore of ancient times, yet none have the intensity...
  • Computer scientists create self-aware 'Mario'
    Computer scientists create self-aware 'Mario'
    Computer scientists from the University of Tübingen in Germany have designed an adaptive learning AI to create a “self-aware” Mario; the eponymous character of the beloved Nintendo series.IFLS.com reports that a “living and...
  • Experience Old World Germany
    Experience Germany living traditions and customs
    Germany has many living traditions you can experience during your visit."According to the GNTB quality monitor, ‘Traditions and History of the Region’ is one of the top ten reasons tourists decide to visit Germany. With this new...
  • Visiting the home of Eau de Cologne in Germany
    Visiting the home of Eau de Cologne in Germany
    COLOGNE, Germany - Napoleon Bonaparte loved Eau de Cologne so much that he ordered 50 bottles a month. The famous emperor used the fragrant water extravagantly and supposedly had special boots designed where he could stash an emergency bottle of...
  • Reichstag, Berlin
    Tour the Reichstag in Berlin for the view from the top
    Berlin is a fantastic town, and for many of the tourist attractions you can easily walk right up and get a ticket. However, one place that you will want to reserve in advance is a visit to the Reichstag Building. Entrance is free, but you must...
  • Bremerhaven Museum
    A day at Bremerhaven museums
    I recently traveled to Bremen, Germany and, as it's only about 45-minutes by train, I took as day trip to Bremerhaven. I was lucky enough to visit two of their many museums and here's my travelogue of the day:I arrive at the main train...