For Anna, a beach loving geology student from the University of Technology, Munich, exploring foreign lands make for some of the most important experiences in life. Coming from a small village in Bavaria, she shows how everyone should get out there and see the world. While she sympathizes with those learning German, she recommends that everyone gives it a go.
Judith works as a bar keeper at the Brezel Bar in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Aside from a variety of cold and hot beverages, pretzels in all variations are of course the main attraction of this establishment. Yummy!
Wannsee is a subdistrict of the Berlin district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf, which is in the far southwestern part of the city. There are many possible places to go swimming there, and a favorite is the Strandbad Wannsee, the ideal place to recover from the stress of the city!
Greenpeace activists call attention to a new construction project of a Finnish nuclear power plant in Olkiluoto and demand that this be stopped and that the governments invest in alternative energies instead.
In the old days a two-man tent, a sleeping bag and the fresh outdoors were all you needed. But today's sophisticated camper prefers a few more amenities. This is the well-heeled consumer for whom «glamping» was conceived. "copyright dpa"
Alex is planning a trip from Switzerland to the well-known tourist destination "Europapark":www.europapark.com/. Located in Baden close to the French border, it is Germany's largest amusement park. Listen in on his conversation with his travel agent and learn several useful German expressions. Enjoy!