Bigger isn’t always better, especially when it comes to Europe’s Christmas markets. The smaller villages in Germany offer fewer crowds and a more intimate festival experience. This couldn’t be more true than in the town of Goslar just 75 km southeast of Hannover, Germany. Founded in the 10th century, the town owes its Continue reading Chugging Glögg at the Goslar Christmas Market
Raise your hand if you can point to Luxembourg on a map. Europeans, put your hands down. Ok, who’s left?
Don’t feel bad, Luxembourg – most Americans can’t point to Rhode Island on a map either! Continue reading Bock Casemates of Luxembourg
Travis and I are really still such outdoor folks at heart that sometimes it’s hard for us to get excited about trips like our Easter road-trip to Prague. Despite typically having a laundry list of fantastic attractions to see, planning a trip to a big city requires an attention to practical details we’d much rather avoid – the necessity Continue reading Easter Weekend In Old Town Prague
When our neighbors, Carlos & Nicole, offered to take us to the nearby town of Morat (Murten in German) to spend the day at the lake, we said yes! Here was a chance to spend the day with friends, to ride in a car, to let Touille chase her ball, and to be by the water. We packed a picnic lunch of Austrian black olives, Portuguese and Continue reading A Day In Morat