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Love padlock are a custom by which padlocks are affixed to a fence, gate, bridge or similar public fixture by sweethearts at an increasing number of locations in the world to symbolize their everlasting love. Last week, I saw love padlocks blossoming on the Eiserner Steg bridge. The most love
Saturday was a sunny 6° in Frankfurt, and I spent the bulk of the day walking the city. Frankfurt was bombed heavily during WWII, and most historical buildings were destroyed. Still, I found some pretty spectacular sights. If you'd like to see more of my pictures of Frankfurt, I have
You likely know Johann Wolfgang von Goethe better simply as Goethe, if you know him at all. Despite being widely regarded as one of the greatest writers of all-time, right up there with William Shakespeare, he doesn't get nearly as much recognition as Billy does. Goethe needs better PR. His
I haven't really had a chance to explore Frankfurt yet, but this is what I see outside the office I'm working in this week. It's called Alte Oper, or Old Opera, and as you might guess, it's Frankfurt's former Opera house. Here's a shot from the Opernplatz in front. Prior
I have a question for the hivemind. Have you ever been to Frankfurt, Germany? I'll be there all next week and I'm curious as to what you'd recommend I do when I'm there. What do I have to see and do in Frankfurt?