Germany was the third destination during our Europe Taster Tour with Expat Explore. To be exact, it’s not the usual known cities such as Berlin, Munich or Frankfurt.
Instead, we visited a little town called Rhine Valley. It’s probably the least known place to us throughout our Trip of a Lifetime.
Rhine Valley is known as the most concentrated stretch of castles in Europe, and it features vineyards on mountain slopes. It’s definitely a unique adventure together with the Paris and Swiss Alps experiences.
It was our first time being in the land with quirky laws.
Here are a couple of wacky laws in Switzerland…
- A man can’t pee while standing up after 10pm. Also, flushing the toilet is not allowed after 10pm.
- It is illegal to ski down a mountain while reciting poetry.
- Clothes may not be hung to dry on Sunday.
Yeah, madness eh?
On the second day of the Europe Taster Tour with Expat Explore, we had a free day in Paris, the capital of France.
Hence, moving about Paris would be a walk in the park for me. ;)