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Deadly dungeons of Europe

A few hundred years ago, people hoped never to see the village dungeon.

Rothenburg: A city so nice, we visited twice

Saturday mornings are frenetic, exciting things at my house because they equal road trips.

Explore the lively side of Spain

With fantastic regional cuisine, stunning landscapes, vibrant nightlife and fiercely independent residents, Catalonia has four distinct and diverse...

The scenic city and crystal waters of Croatia

Set on the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is the crown jewel of Croatia.

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Unwind with a sunny vacation at Edelweiss Lodge and Resort

Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, one of five Armed Forces Recreation Center Resorts located worldwide, is ideally situated in the quaint Bavarian town...

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Gamescom 2017 tickets now on sale

Tickets to the highly-popular Gamescon convention in Cologne are now on sale! This annual clash of the gaming industry and gamers in Cologne is ever-...

Top 5 rainy-day attractions in Germany

If rainy days have you cooped up and feeling restless, why not explore the great indoors? Here are five great indoor activities in Germany to check...

Planning to PCS to Europe before school is out?

Some school districts will allow your child to complete additional work prior to departure in order to “close out” the semester with a final grade...

Skiing in Austria: Something for everyone

Whether you are looking for exhilarating slopes, authentic alpine villages or great après-ski, there is no better skiing destination than Austria.

Living like a local in Europe

Getting the chance to live in Europe is something many people only dream of.

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Skip the Eiffel Tower lines: 4 alternatives to see Paris from above

The Eiffel Tower is the most well-known of Paris’ landmarks. This modern marvel of architecture is a must-see on millions of bucket lists.

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Bastogne memorial march and NUTS weekend

On a cold and wintry day in December 1945, Adolf Hitler launched what was to be one of his last major counteroffensives of World War II.

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