Munich’s New Egyptian Museum, Germany

Munich's Egyptian Museum opened in 2013 and houses a large collection of Egyptian artifacts: mummies, ceramic, faience, hieroglyphs, steles and figurines. Located in the museum quarter, it's built underground and features modern displays of ancient relics.

Bavaria’s Blutenburg Castle West of Munich, Germany

Munich's Blutenburg Castle has a long, rich history, but today's iteration is definitely worth a visit. It houses the International Youth Museum, possesses a masterpiece of a gothic chapel, and is a wonderful place to catch some rays or grab a cake and coffee.

Munich’s Tollwood Festivals – Summer and Winter Celebrations of Culture, Art and Environment

Munich's Tollwood festivals, whether summer or winter, are a great place to celebrate multi-cultural food, art and music. The summer fest is held near the Olympics grounds; the winter fest is right on the Oktoberfest spot. Entry is free for most of the fest attractions.

How to Cook Thanksgiving Dinner in a Foreign Country – Pt. 1

The challenge in cooking Thanksgiving dinner in Germany is that they don't celebrate the holiday there. So, obtaining ingredients is even more complicated than another recipe might be. Here's the result of tracking down appropriate things to cook with.