Rothenburg on the Tauber River in Germany is a town restored to its appearance five hundred years ago. I took a day trip from my hotel in Frankfurt out to visit it, and for lunch I had wine soup with grapes floating in the broth. I took the pictures of those rooftops while walking… Continue reading Rothenburg


Rebuilding Munich

One of the things I found interesting walking around Germany was how it was to tell which buildings had been rebuilt after World War II. ¬†You can just see the newness, unlike in China where the smog ages everything it touches. But like China, what it rebuilds represents its better collective memories. Yet at the… Continue reading Rebuilding Munich