Ever wonder where Adolf Hitler lived?
He moved from place to place during his tenure as dictator of Nazi Germany, but the house where he spent the majority of his time during World War II – his happy place if you will – was called The Berghof. It was both his vacation home and his planning headquarters from 1935-1945. The Berghof was located in the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, Germany.
About a month ago I visited one of Colorado’s architectural treasures: Miramont Castle in Manitou Springs, Colorado.
This grand home was built for someone very important. But I won’t tell you who until the end of the post. We’re going to play a little guessing game – no cheating! No Googling!
There are no roads in Geithoorn. Only dreamy canals dripping with lush flora and quiet canoes gliding by…
Am I daydreaming?
No, I swear – this place is real.