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The buzz of Christmas markets has begun, which means we are officially entering the Christmas season. Stripes Europe is here to help you plan your market trips this year.
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Mailing deadlines from the United States Postal Service (USPS) are looming.
The entire town of Tuebingen comes alive for an annual weekend Christmas market, where 450 stalls are spread over several locations, providing handmade gifts, treats and children’s programs.
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Christmas is the time of year when everyone is in high spirits, planning gifts for loved ones, pondering on the reason for the season and attending various holiday part
Grab a warm cup of hot cocoa, a reindeer-shaped, sugar cookie - or two - and snuggle up in a cozy blanket on the couch. It’s time for some Christmas movie magic!
One of my favorite parts of the Christmas season, and especially Christmas morning, is the surprise of stocking stuffers.
One of my favorite parts of the Christmas season, and especially Christmas morning, is the surprise of stocking stuffers.
One of the perks of living overseas is gathering European goodies throughout the year to mail back to your family and friends in the States for Christmas.
Growing up, one of our family’s favorite Christmas traditions was a White Elephant gift exchange.
The clock is ticking! Join us as we count down to Christmas with a festive story every day on Stripes Europe starting Dec. 13.
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You’ll find decked out halls and all the stalls at the Christmas Markets of Munich and Frauenchiemsee.
As December rushes in, and American families put up their Christmas trees – they may find themselves humming the first few lines from Clement C. Moore’s famous poem, “A Visit from St.