I have now been back in the states for about a week and it’s full of mixed feelings. There were a handful of things that I missed about being in America, but I certainly was not ready to leave Deutschland. It definitely would have been nice to have another 3 months there to make it… Read More Carl Huebner: Saying Goodbye to Deutschland
At the end of my trip to München we decided to take a trip to the city of Dresden. Once again this was accessible with the 5 day rail pass I had purchased and I arrived there in 5 hours on Monday night. In my opinion, Dresden was one of the most underrated cities that… Read More Carl Huebner: The Beautiful City of Dresden.
On our final day in München we were finally able to find a city tour that worked for us. Before hand, we were told about a tour company called “New Europe” that offers free city tours all over Europe. At the end of the tour, if you genuinely liked the tour at the end you… Read More Carl Huebner: Touring München
Well, my finals are over and what a relief that is. The grades already came out and I am very happy with the results. That means that it’s time for one last tour of Germany before I head back home on Wednesday. A friend and me decided to make this final destination Munich, or München… Read More Carl Huebner: München Beer Gardens
Yesterday we woke up pretty early and get ready to head to Stuttgart for a nice day trip. It was about a 2-hour train ride from Munich that was covered by our rail pass. Stuttgart is the home of many automotive factories and museums, most known for Porsche and Mercedes. Porsche was our first stop… Read More Carl Huebner: Car Museums of Stuttgart
Here I shall relate the events that occurred beginning on my third day in Paris as they happened. I woke up to a cloud and rainy Tuesday morning. I packed my things and left at about 8am. I entered the metro station. I had bought a day-pass the day before, but it had unexpectedly… Read More Nicholas Sukiennik: Paris, Part II
I emerge from the underground station. The rain is falling harder than ever. I walk, or rather run, because I have no umbrella, to the entrance—that being the famous pyramid shaped structure I’m sure we can all imagine. I walk through a crowd of people, wondering why they are not going in. I see… Read More Nicholas Sukiennik: Paris, Part III