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Since moving to Europe in 2013, my wayfaring adventures have taken me to over 35 countries. I'm an avid reader, excessive coffee drinker, football aficionado, beer connoisseur, J.Crew addict, proud cancer survivor, future President of the United States, and never-ending traveler. I've got endless curiosity and insatiable wanderlust!

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  • 6 Historical Things to See on Rügen

    Another Easter holiday, another German island! Much like our plans of Easter 2017, the Prince and I decided to head back out to a German island again. While Sylt is considered the ritzy island of Germany, we wanted a new experience this Easter and ...

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    6 Historical Things to See on Rügen
  • 21 Fairy Tale Towns in Germany

    When I initially moved to Germany, the allure of castles and fairy tales dictated my travels. And let's be honest, after living in Germany for almost five years, my love of castles and small German towns has only increased. I'm constantly on the hunt ...

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    21 Fairy Tale Towns in Germany
  • 2 Days in Berlin Itinerary

    Berlin is one of the most complex and historical cities. It was the first major city I ever visited in Europe back in 2007 and still remains one of my favorites. For being only an 80-minute train ride away from Hamburg, I hadn't been back to Berlin ...

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    2 Days in Berlin Itinerary
  • Visiting Tübingen in Wintertime

    With the allure of a chocolate festival, I made my way to the southern Germany town of Tübingen (also known as Tuebingen or Tubingen to English speakers). While this town was named one of Germany's most photogenic towns, it holds a special place in ...

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    Visiting Tübingen in Wintertime

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