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Where Europe Began (arguably)

On: June 21st, 2008 at 4:36 pm | Number of Comments » 0

Aachen is downright awesome, historically and now. Here is where the coronation of Charlemagne was held on Christmas Day, 800 and 30+ kings after that. The chapel palace, pictured above, is Germany’s first World Heritage Site and is arguably the site where Europe first began to take shape. The present city retains its medieval feel […]

Time in Münster

On: June 6th, 2008 at 8:16 am | Number of Comments » 0

We are finally back after our 11 days and 10 nights in Germany, so I can blog about it properly although in retrospect — internet access was very spotty there so I only managed the three previous via my iPhone via Flickr. Thus, like Billy Pilgrim, Goyablog has come unstuck in time. It jumps back […]