Oktoberfest is usually associated with Munich in Bavaria. However, it is becoming increasingly popular further afield, and the Mosel region is no exception. Continue reading “Cochemer Oktoberfest 2018”
Here are the movies being shown in the original English soundtrack in Trier and Koblenz region over the coming week: Continue reading “This Week’s English Movie Screenings in the Mosel Region”
Plenty of festivals and other wine-related events are taking place this coming weekend in and around the Mosel: Continue reading “Wine Events and Festivals in the Mosel this Weekend”
If you are a fan of Karl Marx, there is an exhibition being held at the Rheinisches Landesmuseum and the Museum Simeonstift in Trier commemorating the bicentenary of his birth. Continue reading “Karl Marx Exhibition in Trier”
When I was buying my house by the Mosel, flooding was a big concern. The thought of getting swamped under several feet of water filled caused endless sleepless nights.
The world famous Oktoberfest in Munich starts soon. However, for many, it is either too far to travel (Munich is several hours away) or just too expensive. Continue reading “2nd Algedunder Wiesn Oktoberfest”
As much as I love the peace and tranquillity offered in most parts of the Mosel valley, there are times I fancy doing something crazy. Of course, the river offers plenty of scope for thrill junkies from water skiing to being dragged behind a boat at high speed on an inflatable sausage. Sadly, those things have limited appeal to people like me who were not blessed with water wings from an early age. Continue reading “Days Out In and Around the Mosel – Nürburgring”
If you are in Trier and enjoy walking and exploring, you might want to check out an organization called Free Walking Tour – Trier. Continue reading “Free Walking Tours in Trier”