PHeymont notes that Munich has quite a variety of ornamental sculpture, from the whimsical to the classical to the simply amusing, or even puzzling.
ProfessorAbe visits the largest cold-water geyser in the world.
From Day One of our visit, it was clear that Hamburg is a city with lots of interesting buildings and outdoor art to reward a walk anywhere in the city.
Experts are unsure if Hochvogel will collapse suddenly or in slow motion, but the signs are that it will be soon.
PHeymont fell in love with this sort-of-a-dumpling, sort-of-a-donut wonder that's Munich's prizewinner in the world of fried dough.
Munich's big Old City food market is both a place to shop and a place to eat... and, being Munich, it also has a big beer garden.
One of Hamburg's biggest attractions is one of its smallest: A miniature world of trains, planes, cars and more that captivates all ages.
A minor traffic incident in Germany turns into a nightmare as a 23-tonne block of granite hits the road.
Professor Abe takes us along on a tour of a Franconian town that is both a UNESCO World Heritage and the 'secret beer capital' of Germany.
At Munich's premier museum of contemporary art, PHeymont enjoyed a large exhibit highlighting decades of design for motion.
Once again, European river cruise schedules are being thrown into chaos by low water in the Rhine and Danube.
One of Munich's best-known attractions looks ancient, as does the building it's part of, but both are actually only a bit over a hundred years old.
PHeymont spotted this fierce-looking boar outside a museum in Munich.
Germany's rail operator DB is edging up prices a bit, but also adding more and faster high-speed trains.
Munich's oldest parish church is a mix of artistic and architectural styles, and home to the really odd reliquary of St. Munditia.