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The city of Köln in western Germany was founded by the Romans more than 2.000 years ago. Today, it is amongst other things famous for Carnival parades, Cologne Cathedral, the river Rhine and Eau de Cologne.
But there is another liquid that Köln is known for, and that’s their local beer Kölsch.
You may spend your day sightseeing and visiting the cathedral (Kölner Dom), the Roman-Germanic Museum, chocolate museum or shopping along Schildergasse, but a visit to Cologne is not complete without a stop in one of the many local breweries.
Continue reading A brewery tour through Köln
Taking notes is part of every day life as a student, whether we’re in high school, college, grad school or elsewhere.
So why is effective note-taking not taught properly? And why did I go until grad school to learn about The Cornell Method?
It makes so much sense!
It’s a new week and that means I have a new list of things that I need to accomplish by Sunday night.
While I can tell you right now my main focus will be my paper for university, there are still quite a few other things I need to achieve.
Continue reading Weekly To Do List – April 13