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Experience Germany! The Go Smart Guide to Getting the Most Out of Germany
- Narrated by: Christopher Hudspeth
- Length: 1 hr and 30 mins
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Go Smart Guide: Germany is your passport to a new world.
Germany is a beautiful country that's bustling with culture, and it's the perfect location for your next vacation. There are many different cities that you can visit, and they each have their own attractions and their own types of food that you can experience.
Experience the history and culture that Germany has to offer.
This audiobook will teach you exactly what to expect from some of the main cities. Preparing for your vacation is extremely important, as you need to plan where you're going to stay and what you're going to do if you don't want any bumps to upset your trip. From knowing where to eat, to knowing what to do and where to stay, you deserve to plan for the best, and this book will help you do so.
- What you'll learn:
- An intro to Germany
- Visiting the city of Berlin
- A look at the city of Munich
- Exploring the city of Lubeck
- Looking through the city of Dresden
- Taking on the city of Leipzig
- Final thoughts on visiting Germany
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Horrible, do not think the author has even been to Germany
First there is a commercial for some sort of diet-related product in the first chapter. Not kidding, outright promotion of it.
Secondly the performer is horrible. Spoke too fast, mispronounced at least one artist's name, inflections not pleasant to the ear.
Onto the content - HORRIBLE. The info here could have been garnered in a very short internet search for each of places covered. Lodging was limited to the major global chains, restaurant picks were very limited, places to go were not insightful, tips on German culture were so basic that anyone who graduated grade school would know them already, and there were some flat out inaccurate historical references.
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