Oktoberfest guide: the large tents (Part 4)

Now that you’ve gotten through the beginning and advanced rules in this Oktoberfest guide, it’s time to move on to the nitty gritty: the large tents of Oktoberfest. This part of the Oktoberfest guide will have a brief description of the 14 large tents that will be present in the […]

Oktoberfest large tents

Munich Okotberfest weekday afternoon

Oktoberfest guide: reservations and tent logistics (Part 3)

In this Oktoberfest guide, now you’ve covered the fundamentals and basics. It’s time to learn the advanced tactics and strategies you’ll need in order to declare victory, include Oktoberfest reservations. Reservations for Oktoberfest Yes, you can actually reserve a table for Oktoberfest at no (direct) cost. However, there’s a lot […]

Oktoberfest guide: bierhaus rules (Part 2) 1

Okay, so in my last post of this Oktoberfest guide, you found out the basics of getting to Munich, as well as arriving at the Festwiese (Theresienwiese) in one piece. We’re just getting warmed up because there’s plenty more to know. I think it’s safe to assume that you’re coming […]

Don't be fooled. At the time, I just met those people 30 minutes prior to having the picture taken. Heck, that wasn't even my beer I was posing with.

Munich Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest guide: preparing for the Festwiese (Part 1)

Oktoberfest season is starting to bear down on us again. The largest funfair in Germany takes approximately three months to set up leading up all the way to the opening night in late September, even though it did originate in October, staying true to its name. This Oktoberfest guide will […]

Barcelona Cathedral: Old Design in a Modern City

The Barcelona Cathedral (known as the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia) is a Gothic-styled cathedral that houses the Archbishop Of Barcelona, Spain. While there’s many other churches such as the famous Sagrada Familia, the Barcelona Cathedral has a different style from that of Antoni Gaudí, who designed […]

Barcelona, Cathedral, Saint Eulalia

Gamla Stan: the Old Town of Stockholm

Stockholm is a very unique major/capital city for many reasons. Forget about the fact that it’s the biggest city of Sweden with a population of over 2.2 million, which accounts for 22% of Sweden’s population (Sweden has a population of approximately 9.7 million). The thing that separates Stockholm from your […]



Parc de la Pépinière: A Nursery for Royals

  Parc de la Pépinière is certainly a sight to see in Nancy, a modest city with a population of over 400,000. The park’s name translates from French to “nursery park,” since the park was originally commissioned for a royal nursery, as the name suggested. This area of slightly over […]