German Wine and Beer Festivals 2014

German Wine and Beer Festivals

2014 German Wine and Beer Festivals in Germany: For connoisseurs of wine and beer, spring and summer are  fantastic times to be in Germany. From Berlin to the Rhineland, there is a great choice of festivals to attend, depending on whether you prefer to conduct your wine-tasting in one of the … [Read more...]

Belgian Beer Festivals 2014

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Belgium's Beer Festivals That Make Belgium The Beer Capital of the World: Munich Oktoberfest is without doubt the king of all beer festivals.  But for the discerning beer lover, it is not the size of the beer festival that counts.  The Belgian Beer Festivals are not as well publicized … [Read more...]

Le Procope – A Place of Rendezvous Through History

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For Centuries, Le Procope Has Been a Meeting Place for the Literary Elite and Politicians: The times when we've strolled down the Cour du Commerce Saint André, a small cobbled pedestrian street of in the Latin Quarter, we've always stopped by the rear façade of Le Procope, one of the famous … [Read more...]

Wine-tasting in Bernkastel

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Wine-tasting in the Atmospheric Cellars of Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler in Bernkastel: The Moselle valley is Germany's oldest wine region and Bernkastel-Kues is one of the many Moselle towns with a centuries-old wine-making tradition. Bernkastel-Kues has been producing wine for over 500 years and when … [Read more...]

Bernkasteler Doctor – The Legend and the Wine

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The Bernkasteler Doctor - A Legend of How this Famous German Wine Got its Name: When visiting Bernkastel-Kues, you don't have to be ill to seek out the Bernkasteler Doctor. Wine-lovers will be pleased to know that the Bernkasteler Doctor is actually the name of one of the premium wines from the … [Read more...]

Rue Cler – A Famous Food Street in the 7th Arrondissement

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Rue Cler, in Paris 7th Arrondissement, is Famous as a Market Street: Rue Cler is a street in the 7th arrondissement that begins in the north at rue Saint-Dominique and ends in the south at Avenue de la Motte Picquet. For the many visitors who come in search of rue Cler, the interesting part of … [Read more...]

Marché Président Wilson – A Paris Market with Great Food

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Marché Président Wilson is Noted for its Quality Food: If you love food, you'll most certainly love the markets in Paris. Of the food markets that we visited in Paris, the Marché Président Wilson on Avenue du Président Wilson is my favourite. This large market in the 16th arrondissement has … [Read more...]

Marché des Enfants Rouges – A Paris Market in Le Marais

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Marché des Enfants Rouges - One of the Oldest Covered Markets in Paris: Marché des Enfants Rouges is said to be one of the oldest covered markets in Paris. But when you visit this traditional food market in the 3rd arrondissement, you'll find nothing old about it. It has the season's fruit and … [Read more...]