The play of light and shadow, inside and out, is what impressed PHeymont most on a visit to one of the world's most-famous cathedrals.
A monument that recounts the town's history also obscures some of it.
Environmental and price pressure are cutting domestic flying, with rail gaining. And a date's been set for Berlin Tegel to close.
Germany uses a tax cut to lower long-distance fares and carbon emissions.
On a warm spring day, PHeymont spots ducks sunning themselves in a fountain near Köln Cathedral
Berlin's panda babies have their first public outing at 100 days old.
Kangaroos on the run in Germany...again!
PHeymont reflects on a pleasant but far-too-short day in a city that's calling him back for more...some day!
Four, not three, wise monkeys in a German store set PHeymont the task of reconsidering "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil."
Depending on your level of skepticism, Berlin's new airport opening date of October 31, 2020 is either a dream come true or yet another bad joke.
Sailing down the Rhine on a river cruise, Pheymont captured some of the changing light and shapes of the evening.
Pheymont cruises down the Rhine and considers why it has so many castles.
Strict enforcement of Germany's food codes has forced döner kebab to take an alias in some cities.
Rules loosening Sunday sales rules offer small bakers relief as a court ruling widens the definition of prepared food...
Germany is raising taxes on flights and lowering them on rail travel, in part to discourage flying on short routes.