Sausage and Sauerkraut in Regensburg

In the world’s oldest continually serving restaurant

The Wurstküche Restaurant © A. Harrison

Strolling along the banks of the Danube in Regensburg, I left the troubles of the world far behind. In true fairy tale style the water sparkled under the sunshine. Birds were all a twitter, trees offered shady places to sit, and I walked past gardens heavy with bloom. Had I stopped to listen, I’m sure I’d have…




People coming from different cultural backgrounds sharing seats at the table to dine, to laugh, to cook, to heal and most of all to share the stories of their unique journeys all over the world.

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Anne Harrison

Anne Harrison

At 10 I discovered travel, books and philosophy. Now I pass my days with a camera in one hand, a notebook in the other, looking for the perfect coffee.

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