Adventures by Disney to Germany – Alsfeld Little Red Riding Hood – Episode 93

Join Adventure by Disney Guide Tracy and Rick as they talk about the Once Upon a Fairytale Germany Adventure by Disney and share some highlights of Rick’s recent Adventure by Disney to Germany from the village of Alsfeld where we meet the Brothers Grimm and Little Red Riding Hood on this week’s Travel with Rick with host Rick Howard

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7 comments on “Adventures by Disney to Germany – Alsfeld Little Red Riding Hood – Episode 93”

  1. cathy mullen says:

    Hi Rick,
    I loved the video and since I taught kindergarten I loved seeing how they would present this fairy tale. Thank you for sharing.

    The answer to the trivia question is there are 16 states.

    I’ll be at DW in 9 days! Yipee!!!


  2. Penny Serrato says:

    I have no idea how many states there are. What a great trip. Seems very educational. I think I need to go just so I know how many states there are. Thanks



  3. Kevin Nelson says:

    I would love to experience Germany, so cool, Adventures by Disney looks like an awesome way to see other cultures. Thanks Rick and Tracy. Germany does have 16 states, I learned something new today, y’all keep smilin’!


  4. Peggy Hickey says:

    They sure don’t make wolves like they used to. 😉

    States? I didn’t even know Germany had states, and I’m part German.
    I’ll trust Cathy’s amswer of 16 states. Wow you learn something new every day.


  5. Robert Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick, You and the young woman from Adventures by Disney have sold me! I would really love to take a tour from Adventures by Disney. Germany has 16 states.

    I am always looking forward to your next video.



  6. John Broadwater says:

    16 states great show and thank you again


  7. Nicklas Yeager says:

    Hi Rick
    That Little Red Riding Hood play was awesome. I love trivia. The answer is 14 states.


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