What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear ‘Germany’? •
One of the first things that most people think of when Germany comes to mind is beer. It’s no secret that Germans love their beer and it’s a major part of German culture. It is even considered the national drink of the country. •
As Germany has a special relationship with beer, there are a lot of interesting & unusual facts about it so I thought I will share it with you:
1. All beer in Germany is made following the German Beer Purity Law, which states that only water, hops, and malt are allowed in the beer-making process.
2. The legal drinking age for beer is 16, while the legal age for liquor is 18.
3. In most places in Germany, it is completely legal to drink beer in public.
4. Germans like to drink beer before noon and they even have a special beer (Hefeweizen) for it. It’s made from malted wheat instead of barley.
5. Most places in Germany serve the local brew so if you order beer, the waiter won’t ask you what kind of beer you want & will bring you the local beer they sell.
6. Most beers have around 5% alcohol, however, some lagers, like Bock and Doppelbock, can have around 7-12%. #enroutewithakvile
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My worst date will always be the one where I paid for the cinema ticket and snacks and my date reached out for the change from the cashier and put it in her pocket...
These are photos of the neighborhood. It's the oldest neighborhood in Bremen and Bremen is the smallest state in Germany. I visited Bremen exactly a year ago and I think I have seen almost every important sight. I probably won't go back soon, but I actually wanna visit Bremerhaven one day. (Bremerhaven belongs to Bremen.)
PS: first photo location is called and claims to be the #worldssmallest hotel but I couldn't find any proof that it is. 🤷♀️ .
So stellt man sich den Schwarzwald vor.
Wer den Mühlenweg bei Ottenhöfen erwandert, möchte natürlich gerne auch Mühlen sehen. Ein besonders schönes Beispiel ist die Rainbauernmühle. Das genaue Alter lässt sich nicht sagen, aber der Mühlstein stammt nachweislich von 1875, daher dürfte die Mühle noch etwas älter sein. Für das Mühlrad wurde ein kleiner Kanal angelegt und die Mühle funktioniert auch noch.
Schwarzwald, Black Forest, Germany