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What to buy in Spain: Torron, Sangria, Beer, Wine, Coffee

One of the great things to buy in Spain is eating the tapas in the restaurants since there is such a great selection to choose from (pending the restaurants). From sausages to octopus to fish to vegetables to all sorts of plates out there, you cannot say no to them all! However, there is only … Continue reading »

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Canary Islands – In Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

The outside temperature in the Canaries is sure warmer than being on continental Europe since it’s winter time, but the water temperature is a slightly different story. It’s a bit colder than it looks. It reminds me of scuba diving in Egypt – the outside climate is nice but not that hot nor cold, but … Continue reading »

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Mercedes-Benz and Porsche Museums in Stuttgart, Germany

I didn’t get a chance to write about the great car museums in Stuttgart because I was more focused on the VfB Stuttgart vs FC Schalke game as well as the other sporting events and fishing days that were happening about the same time. That’s why I thought now would be a good time to … Continue reading »

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Ice Hockey Game in Cologne, Germany! Kölner Haie vs Fischtown Pinguins

It’s winter time so why not go watch some winter sports? That’s why I decided on going to a hockey game in Cologne, Germany to go watch the Kölner Haie play against the Fischtown Pinguins (or in English: Penguins). It’s been a long time since I last went to a professional hockey game so I … Continue reading »

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Verdun, the deadliest battlefield of World War I

Verdun, probably THE most deadliest battlefield of World War I where the Germans and French had been fighting for months, almost a year-long battle during the Germans driving towards the French capital only to become bogged down at this mountainous, hilly section of eastern France. The Germans ended up getting stuck in the mud due … Continue reading »

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