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Once upon a time, you read bedtime stories of princesses and knights and dreamed of living 800 years ago. Then you awoke in Europe, where the legends began.
Sharing borders with Belgium, France and Germany, Luxembourg is a small country with numerous historical sites.
When traveling in Europe, cathedral spires often seem as numerous as souvenir shops and restaurants. Notre Dame, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica are on everyone’s bucket list.
Experiencing an auto accident is traumatic no matter where you are, but when you’re stationed overseas, foreign driving laws and language barriers add to t
The world of volunteering can be overwhelming, even more so if you have children.
What’s almost as much fun as traveling? Planning that next big trip!
Some parents elect to homeschool their children while OCONUS. This is a legal option open to all SOFA sponsored active duty military, DOD civilians, and contractors.
Wintry weather is common in Europe through April. The last thing you want is to get caught without required equipment.
Rules for winter tires
New Year’s is one of the only holidays celebrated by nearly every country and is almost universally a time for family, friends and festivities.
As exciting as living in Europe can be, the honeymoon phase tends to fade away for most spouses once they’ve realized how difficult it can be to progress in their career field.
This weekend is your last chance to experience the quaint St. Wendel Christmas market! Stroll along 130 stalls filled with local delicacies, arts and crafts and gifts for loved ones.
The holiday season is upon us, with festivities such as Christmas markets, celebrations, concerts and other public gatherings.
Christmas is an internationally celebrated holiday. However, many countries and cultures have their own distinct ways to commemorate this time of the year.
Frohe Weihnachten, or Merry Christmas, appeared to be etched into the sky over our heads, written in loopy holiday twinkling lights.
Greetings from the North Pole! Stars and Stripes Europe is helping children get their letters to Santa.