“I AM SIGMUND SPIELBERG!!!” The obviously unemployable flaneur with umlaut eyes landed at my marble-topped table without a proper invite, brusquely pushing aside a Thonet wooden chair. Brandishing a copy of Der Spiegel on a wooden rolling pin in his left hand, and reeking from an unfortunate cologne resembling turning fruit or female arousal or …
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She changed the world with her diary. Now the home that became Anne Frank’s prison stands as a testament to the young girl’s life.
Though Unni Marie Kvikne lives in two different worlds, she still follows the old adage: “Home is where the heart is.”
Be sure to bring a hearty appetite and a taste for strong beer to this yearly German festival.
Slow down in the sky-high stone villages of Provence
At the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, a line set in stainless steel divides the eastern and western hemispheres.
Meet mermaids, China dolls and Marie Antoinette at this centuries-old Italian celebration.
This historic hotel isn’t just hard to find, it’s hard to leave! Built in 1449, the Moorish castle is anything but old-fashioned.
Turin is famed worldwide for its cafes and pastry shops, exquisite wines and expensive truffles.
People ask why I named my daughter after Austria’s capital city. The reason? A night at the Vienna Opera.
A light-hearted look at the pitfalls and benefits of getting married overseas.
For centuries, the Gruyère region of Switzerland has been honing its craft — and feeding it to the world.