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A Scandinavian Sojourn was born when we first moved to Copenhagen with my husband's work. Looking for a way to keep family and friends updated at... read more [Hits: 54 - Added: 09-02-13]http://www.thesojournseries.com/...
This blog is about what happened when I tried to make life a little more interesting by moving to Europe after my studies. I had planned on a stint in... read more [Hits: 67 - Added: 24-03-12]http://www.abiglife.wordpress.co...
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"Inside the looking glass, the reality may not be hell, but it sure isn't heaven either. Hockey wives are wives and mothers like anyone else. But... read more [Hits: 83 - Added: 13-09-12]http://www.adayinthelifeofahocke...
I write about my life in Berlin and all the silly stuff I go through read more [Hits: 50 - Added: 19-08-12]http://www.amorequietplace.com/
Germany and Pakistan are two very different countries in terms of language, culture and even geography. I write about the experiences I have from... read more [Hits: 33 - Added: 24-03-15]https://mydeutschlandblog.wordpr...
Writing about the adventure of cooking and writing on the other side of the world. read more [Hits: 9 - Added: 25-08-14]http://atravellingcook.blogspot....
Having fun with the Germans. Cycling the flea markets of France & Germany. Walking & beachcombing the coast of Europe & rearranging... read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 04-10-12]http://breisach.wordpress.com/
Germans can be pretty serious people, but there are myriad funny things about how they live, work, and play. Here is a look at some of these... read more [Hits: 79 - Added: 12-03-13]http://allsinkscherman.blogspot....
Finding my way in a Bavarian wonderland... read more [Hits: 69 - Added: 26-01-11]http://munichami.blogspot.com/
It wasn't until I moved to Pennsylvania that I first tried rhubarb and became slightly obsessed with this strange, celery-looking vegetable that is most commonly used in desserts. It's an enigma, for ... read more
Posted on 30 May 2016 | 10:57 am
One thing’s for certain, I’m not going to win it. To recap for those who may have missed the news, I’m running the Berlin Marathon on Sept. 25 to raise money for Syria through the M&... read more
Posted on 29 May 2016 | 8:48 pm
Der Irische Berliner
In our latest expat living feature, an American discusses life as an English teacher abroad. Meet Jasilyn Albert in Ufa Russia.
The post Expat Living: Jasilyn Albert in Ufa Russia appeared first on c... read more
Posted on 29 May 2016 | 8:29 pm
Mirror Mirror – Graffiti Cesky Krumlov
The post Sunday Photo – Mirror Mirror appeared first on A Bavarian Sojourn.... read more
Posted on 29 May 2016 | 11:12 am
A Bavarian Sojourn
I am so excited for summer that I just can’t hide it. To celebrate this weekend, Cents of Style is starting Style Steals NOW instead of Monday! They’re highlightin... read more
Posted on 28 May 2016 | 5:16 pm
Royal Little Lambs
I couldn't wait any longer so I tested first thing yesterday morning and it was...positive! It was so exciting seeing the second line appear.This morning however I tested again and it looked like a ne... read more
Posted on 28 May 2016 | 4:02 pm
Dubliner In Deutschland
It may sound strange to many people who are used to having the best software programs around them as they work or play, but one of the primary complaints in some offices is that file organization all ... read more
Posted on 28 May 2016 | 12:25 pm
No Ordinary Homestead
May is almost over, so there’s only a short time left to gather together your photos of wild flowers for Jude’s Garden Challenge! I already put some photos up of the bear leek growing on t... read more
Posted on 27 May 2016 | 6:09 pm
On Saturday Little Mouse and I got up early and did our normal morning routine but when nap time came around I put the baby monitor next to Thorsten’s ear and snuck out to run some err... read more
Posted on 27 May 2016 | 12:09 pm
Being an American, becoming a Franconian
Not sure if you knew this or not, but Rome is huge. Like, mind-boggling
huge. And it has an absolute plethora of things to see and do in the city.
The city itself is best described as an open air mu... read more
Posted on 27 May 2016 | 10:15 am
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