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Why Traveling with Little Ones is the Best

We have traveled as a couple and with the kids and traveling with little one's is the best. They bring a new dimension to the same vacation.

Little ones are the greatest travel companion When we found out that we would be moving to Germany with our 2.5-year-old, I was over the moon. Not only would we have a chance to explore Europe on the weekends and holidays, but Munchkin would be able to learn new cultures and languages. We were so […]

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Visa-free travel : Ending for Americans travelling the EU this summer?

In a world of endless travel and wanderlust, there is a give-and-take policy between countries in order to gain Visa-free for access for American citizens

Visa-free travel for American Citizens There comes a time when every citizen needs to look up to their government and question what is going on in the world. Recently, many American citizens have been the victims of retaliation against the American Governments polices towards immigration and visa applications. Myself, a loud and proud Canadian, have been verbally […]

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Celebrating St. Martin’s Day in Germany

Saint Martin's Day has been celebrated by many communities within Germany since it's inception in the 4th century. But who is Saint Martin and why give candy?

SAINT MARTIN’S DAY During our brief two years in Germany, we have witnessed several traditions and holidays that are vastly different than our own. Some we have embraced, like Saint Martin, Christmas Markets and Easter tree decorating. Others, we don’t particularly care for, like Karnival – just too much crowds. Halloween is the start of […]

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How to Climb Mont St. Michel with a Baby

Mont St Michel

Mont St Michel It’s no secret that the historic and famous island of Mont St Michel is all stairs. There were a handful of inclines but for the most part, just stairs, stairs and more stairs, until you reached the Abbey at the very top. So before we even arrived at the site, there were […]

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