When I was a kid, my family lived in Belgium. My father was stationed at SHAPE in the ’80s, and when I wasn’t having nightmares about the Fulda Gap or “The Day After,” we traveled all over Europe.
At least three museums have taken on the task of telling Birmingham’s history of working metal into jewelry, casket decorations and pen nibs.
Just outside the busy city of Wiesbaden, Germany, is a green oasis where families, joggers, picnickers and others can go for a day of relaxation. And if they come on the right day, they can also visit an 18th-century palace.
In some places it is known as the fifth season.
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