The Global Gumshoe Investigates Osnabrück, Germany

By | June 2nd, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

Just a short 20-minute train ride from Münster, the town of Osnabrück is the only major German city located within a nature park. The Natural Reserve of the Northern Teutoburg Forest, Wiehengebirge Hill or TERRA.vita for short is the largest one of its kind in the country, covering 1,200 square miles. […]

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The Global Gumshoe Investigates Augsburg, Germany

By | May 28th, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

Founded in 15 B.C. by the Romans, Augsburg was the seat of provincial government of the Roman Empire. Augsburg became a Free Imperial City during [...]

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Zurich and the B2 Hotel and Spa

By | May 5th, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

The Romans founded Zurich almost 2000 years ago, and ruins can still be seen around the city. Today, with 380,000 inhabitants, it is truly a [...]

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Geneva – Le Richemond

By | May 2nd, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

At the other end of the country is Geneva, the world’s smallest metropolis. Home to 200,000 inhabitants, it is best known as the birthplace of the International Red Cross as well as the home to 32 international organizations, including the United Nations. The Red Cross museum is particularly impressive with moving displays of humanity in the face of decades of world war. […]

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Geneva, Switzerland and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel

By | April 26th, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

Geneva is the world’s smallest metropolis. Home to 200,000 inhabitants, it is best known as the birthplace of the International Red Cross as well as the home to 32 international organizations, including the United Nations. The Red Cross museum is particularly impressive with moving displays of humanity in the face of decades of world war. […]

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Bern, Switzerland

By | April 21st, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

Built around a hairpin turn in the river Aaar, this medieval city has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Bern is cosmopolitan and one which boasts the longest covered arcades in Europe. Thousands of shops line these arcades including cellars (originally wine cellars) that now house businesses offering everything from flowers to clothing to a puppet theater. […]

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The Turks and Caicos

By | February 5th, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

This string of about 40 islands and cays is located around 575 miles southeast of Miami and is officially classified as a British Overseas Territory. [...]

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Edmonton/Jasper Alberta

By | January 18th, 2013|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

Ron Stern created this video montage of Alberta, Canada featuring photos and video clips from Edmonton and Jasper. Included are shots from the Hotel Fairmont [...]

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Wiesbaden, Germany

By | December 31st, 2012|Global Gum Shoe, Videos|

Wiesbaden is clean with interconnected pedestrian shopping areas, 19th century eclectic architecture and 26 hot springs. One survey listed Wiesbaden as having the most "Christmasy" [...]

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