Wednesday, November 4, 2009


I'm still traveling aboard. Currently in cold and rainy [even snowy] Berlin amidst the excitement of "The Fall of the Wall -- 20 years", which takes place on Monday, 9th November. Was staying at the Adlon Kempinski just feet away from the Brandenburg Gate, now presently at the Ritz-Carlton in Potsdamer Platz, across the street from the bustling Sony Center.

Berlin is my last stop after having visited Munich, Salzburg, Stuttgart, Koln, Heidelberg, and Duesseldorf. Gatherng some intriguing and informative stories....


Duesseldorf in front of a Frank Geary creation

In the Alps surrounding Salzburg

On the bridge in Heidelberg


In Koln, I did an interview with Michael Lohaus, head of the gay games 2010,
which will take place in Koln.

Hallstadt, Austria

Neuschwanstein Castle outside Munich

Sony City Center in Berlin

More interviews and more sights to see . . .


Mister G.A.G. said...

I envy you, in a way, for all the traveling you get to do and for meeting so many different and passionate people! :-)

Good to be back on here; it's been ages :)

Dann said...

Thanks GAG, and I LOVE your blog. Yes, I am home now and having grave difficulty in transitioning into daily California life....The sun is helping though!

GAG said...

Thank you so much, Dann! It looks like you had a grand ole time in Europe. :)

I am just done listening to your Straight Girl In A Queer World interview podcast; I, now, know that smile on your face matches your personality. :)

P.S. I am from and in Algeria, North Africa.

Dann said...

Yes, I had such a FAAAAAB time! So many stories to share which I will be writing about for the next few months.

That interview I did was a lot of fun because Sherri is so easy to talk to.

I would LOVE to visit Algeria . . .

Mister GAG said...

Those travel adventures sound promising. Looking forward to reading them :)

I am sure the vast Algerian desert alone would take your breath away :)