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- The Du-Sie Tango 1 week ago Almost any language one might study these days has more than one way of saying “you” — a formal way and an informal way, as well as ways to signify that one is addressing one person or many. German has … Continue reading →
- Just Because 1 week ago Yes Ms. Ellroon, there are bears — safely kept across the valley in the Alpenzoo. But if one should escape and head for the Paschberg, it might not know what to make of the #6 tram… Ja Frau Ellroon, es … Continue reading →
- Forest Blogging 2 weeks ago A free morning meant a walk in my favorite nearby patch of woods. Eine freier Morgen bedeutet einen Spaziergang nah gelegenen meinem Lieblings- Wäldchen. A mossy green forest floor. We have had very little winter this year. North America seems … Continue reading →
- Two Grönemeyer Songs 3 weeks ago I was asked to make a special appearance at a theater event this weekend, and as the theme will be “Men”, we batted around some songs about them, one of them being Männer by the German pop singer Herbert Grönemeyer. … Continue reading →
- Weekend Mountain Blogging 3 weeks ago Afternoon moonrise over Mittenwald.Filed under: Germany, Mountains, nature
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- Weird Tyrol: Five Best Unusual Historic Hikes from Innsbruck Expat Blog Awards 2013 Say you’re living in Innsbruck. You’d like to get out of the city and into the wooded hills, but you’re not up for another vertical climb, the ski lifts are kind of expensive and you’d like to visit something besides another mountain...
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01:26 AM November 03, 2013
A great blog written with exceptional understanding of the people and country Kristina is writing about. I really like when she mixes English and German in one sentence, it's witty.