By the time most visitors reach the lemur on the first floor of the Senckenberg natural history museum in Frankfurt, they will find themselves nearly as wide-eyed as the little furry guy.
Archive for March, 2013
No trip to northern Germany is complete without a stop in the bustling harbor city of Hamburg. As the home to a rich array of museums, a bustling fish market, intriguing historical landmarks and more, Hamburg attracts international visitors from far and wide.
If you are thinking of sending eggs stateside this Easter, be aware; regular chicken eggs and Kinder surprise chocolate eggs are banned from import to the States and Customs can fine you for mailing them.
The group made more than 50 posters, and although they all had a “welcome home” theme, they were as individual as the children who made them.
Girls win regional crown, boys take second By Chrystal Smith…
Head to the Wackernheim Range from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 20, May 11, June 15, July 13, Aug. 17 or Sept. 14 to enjoy recreational shooting. Must be age 14 or above and accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Stop by Outdoor Recreation on Clay Kaserne for more information.
Dayanna Ibanez-DeLeon, a student at Wiesbaden Middle School, bumps the ball during a tournament against Ramstein March 16 at Wiesbaden Middle School.
Former Wiesbaden High School wrestling standout William Heiges II makes his move to pin his opponent from Eastern Washington University in the first period of the 235-pound weight class during the National Collegiate Wrestling Association Wrestling Nationals in Dallas March 14.