London

In London and seeking out a Christmas market? Whether for shopping, sipping mulled wine, or catching a show on stage, one of the city’s several large markets will surely deliver the spirit you seek.
1. The National Gallery.
Open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with extended hours Friday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
Let me begin by saying that yes, I am well aware that I am truly blessed to be healthy and live in a foreign country where travel is easily accessible. I also know I should be thankful that I can afford to travel and go trotting around Europe like it’s nothing. Paris for the weekend?
Have you ever wanted to toast with Dracula or dine in the sky (and I don't mean in an airplane)? Europe has some unconventional restaurants that will pique your curiosity. Don’t let meals be an afterthought while traveling. Reserve a table for an outlandish dinner adventure.
In today’s American society, the number one question seniors get asked their final year of high school is some variation of, "So, what college are you going to next year?" Now, there is only one 'acceptable' answer to this question — anything other than, "I'm going to *insert college here* in the
Some parents may be a little gun-shy when planning travels in Europe. Let’s be honest, it won’t be the romantic holiday you may have pictured prior to your pint-sized crew. However, you can still enjoy any European city with your kiddos regardless of their age.
Many years ago I visited friends who lived in Paris, and due to their busy jobs, I mainly wandered the city alone. It was one of the most daunting yet exciting moments of my life. 
75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy
Through June 16 in Normandy, France
75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy
Through June 16 in Normandy, France
The food in Europe is amazing — plain and simple. Fresh, organically grown produce, meat straight from the butcher, and breads and pastries baked daily. Eating out isn’t just a meal, but an experience to savor.
During spring break, my family decided to take a jaunt up to Edinburgh, Scotland for a few days. Unbeknownst to me, I inadvertently booked our lodging on Cockburn Street.
For many, Easter is a sacred holiday for commemorating Christ’s resurrection. It’s also viewed as a chance to welcome spring. In Germany, that is no different than in the United States. However, our host nation offers its own customs and traditions. Here are some you may experience.
London has many things to offer! The city’s delicious food and iconic landmarks are on most people’s bucket list when stationed in Europe. But being there has much more to offer than good food and cheesy photo ops for your Instagram page.
For years, Sharon Schell tried to get her father to talk about his experiences in World War II, but he kept them to himself.
No two eggs are identical, and the same can be said about Easter traditions and markets across Europe. The spring holiday is greeted with excitement each year, as bright and cheerful colors help chase away the gray of winter.
Get ready to enjoy your tea and crumpets; you're moving to England! Although thinking all British locals drive mini coopers and drink tea while munching on crumpets is a stereotype, some things are true about moving to England.