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View over Bacharach along the famous Rhine River, Germany

Treasures of the romantic Rhine

Germany’s Rhein River is hundreds of miles long, linking sites where its most enchanting tales and legends were born.

Relish in the romance of Paris and Versaille

My heart raced as we made our way through the winding streets and narrow back alleyways of the Montmartre art district, passing patrons who were...

10 best bars and lounges in Kaiserslautern

Check out this awesome list of bars, clubs and lounges in downtown Kaiserslautern, and leave your stresses on the dance floor or at the bar.

From house to home

Perhaps you let go of a lot of your furniture to lighten the weight load before your last PCS.

A new city of wine awaits

Get out of the cold with this city of wine in Bordeaux!

Germany's wines and wine regions

Quality wines produced in Germany must be derived from a list of approved varieties, have specific alcohol content, degrees of ripeness (Oechsle...

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Explore European cities: Budapest, Moscow and Prague

Europe is rich in culture, history and fun, so take time to travel. Get out of your comfort zone and explore Budapest, Moscow and Prague!

Explore European cities: Cannes, London and Reykjavik

Europe is rich in culture, history and fun, so take time to travel. Get out of your comfort zone and venture beyond your community.

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European city highlights: Belgium, Italy, Spain, France and Greece

Europe is rich in culture, history and fun, so take time to travel. Get out of your comfort zone, go off base and venture beyond your community....

Taking a ski vacation when you don't ski

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.

Explore European cities: Dublin, Lyon, and Seville

There is no question that Europe is rich in culture, history and fun. Get out of your comfort zone and venture beyond your community.

Make plans for a winter red wine hike

Even in the middle of winter — with frigid temperatures and frosty vines — it’s never too cold to celebrate wine.

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