The Real German Munich Oktoberfest!

Throwback Tuesday Post (TBTP) from 2011: a retro-post in which you can join me on my first trip to the Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, the world's largest and best known beer party!

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

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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.

Guest post by Paula Showen: St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 in New Orleans

posted in: Louisiana, New Orleans, USA | 2

I'm pleased to announce another first for A Travel for Taste: our very first guest blog! This week I've invited fellow photographer Paula Showen to share a blog post about about her visit to a historical New Orleans cemetery a few years ago. Happy Halloween!

St. Augustine, Florida, Walking Tour

Third in my series about North America's "oldest city", St. Augustine, FL. Interesting photos from around town with historical tidbits such as the Love Trees, Ripley's Believe It Or NoT!, the Freedom Trail from the Civil Rights Movement and shots of charming cobblestoned streets.

Mahrs Bräu Brewery and Biergarten in Bamberg, Germany

Information and photos about Mahrs Brau brewery and beer garden in Bamberg, Germany PLUS Karren Doll Tolliver's newest book, A Travel for Taste - Germany EXTRA.

The Bavarian Forest, Part II

posted in: Bavaria, Europe, Germany | 0

The rest of the story of my trip the Bavarian Forest in Germany with dear friends. While there, we feasted on fresh-caught trout, saw hand-blown glass gardens, visited a huge church, rode a gondola to a ski area (though it was summer), and celebrated my German "mom"'s birthday.

The Bavarian Forest, Part I

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A trip with my German "parents" to the Bayerische Wald, or Bavarian Forest: staying at Steinbruchsee inn, delicious food, gorgeous nature and hand-hewn woodworking, not to mention loads of taxidermy! Part 1