Shopping in one country is not like shopping in another. Check out these differences between Germany and the US.
Here’s my impressions of working in a German-speaking country noting differences between working in the US and here.
The German dialects are just fascinating. Here I look at the many ways of being greeted throughout the German-speaking world.
Manners can be different in different countries. What is considered good manners in one country may be considered rude in another.
In Germany, state TV stations and official religious groups get money from the government, collected from the citizens. This is something I still haven’t gotten used to, even after 20 years here.
1630 may seem long ago in the U.S., but in Germany not so much. Some towns date back to the Roman period almost two thousand years ago.
A lot has changed in the world since 1998. Find out some of things of the things I’ve noticed being an American in
Holiday traditions vary from country to country. Here’s an overview of some of the German holiday traditions.
Workers here have many more protections and benefits than in the US.
Driving in Germany can be fun, but there are many rules to follow. And no you can’t go at top speed wherever you want.