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Europe with infants and toddlers: Overnight stays

There is something distinctly different about traveling with infants and toddlers. Our infant son can sleep anywhere. No problem!

10 helpful hints for navigating Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest kicks off with its customary keg tapping and declaration of “O’zapft is!” by the mayor of Munich on Saturday, Sept. 16.

Sun shining through Partnachklamm

Hiking the gorges in Garmisch

During the summer months, Garmisch-Partenkirchen turns into a base camp for hiking and mountaineering. We found two fantastic hikes: Partnachklamm...

Budget tricks for your next trip

Do you want to travel more but are unsure of how you’ll be able to afford it?

Prague on a budget

Prague is a city of beautiful architecture and cheap beer.

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Le Tour de France in living color

This year marks the 104th anniversary of the world’s most talked about endurance bicycle race, Tour de France, running July 1 to 23, 2017. During...

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Riding the rails through former Yugoslavia

Soak in the magical nostalgia of traveling slowly through the heart of the former Yugoslavia by train.

Clever sleeps around Europe

Unusual accommodations should be the highlight of your next holiday; you can always find fun activities, no matter where you end up.

Bruges on a budget

The setting for an award-winning comedy movie, “In Bruges,” and sometimes called the Venice of the North, Bruges is the hidden gem of Belgium.

6 unique places to stay in Germany

While traditional lodging may work for some, many hotels are getting imaginative with the type of experience they bring to their guests.

7 tips to enjoy a ski vacation when you are not into the sport

My husband and I had been in Germany for a month when we joined friends for a ski holiday at a famous resort in France.

5 top spots for snowboarding in Europe

Whether you’re planning your first snowboarding trip or adding another to your list, these spots will not disappoint!

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