Can’t seem to find a pet sitter around the holidays? Thinking of taking your dog with you? Don’t even know where to start? You’re in luck, today, we’ll be covering kennels in the Kaiserslautern area and a beautiful hotel made specifically for you and your dog!
It’s late in the day, most likely a Saturday, and you feel like you could use a pick-me-up. Head no further than your closest “Backerei” or “Konditere”i (a type of café that specializes in pastries or confectionery) and order your coffee or tea of choice.
If you poll Americans living in Europe and ask them what stores they miss the most, I bet you’ll find a lot of “Target” responses. Who doesn’t miss haphazardly walking down the aisles as you put your fifth facial mask in your cart, convincing yourself you “need” it?
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.
You’re flying down the Autobahn at thrilling speeds, jetting off on another European adventure (or on your way home from one). Suddenly, a sea of red fills the windshield — brake lights as far as the eye can see.
One of the greatest joys (or perhaps disagreements) of traveling is planning where to eat. The obvious choice in Cologne is German food. For those of us that have been living in Germany for a while, we know that German food gets old pretty quick.
If your summer bucket list consists of sunshine, road trips, relaxing by the pool and spending time with friends, you have your priorities straight. However, if you really want to take of YOU, try adding one more thing to your checklist — eating healthy.
Got a pair of bored kids on your hands? They’ve had their book learning throughout the academic year; now, how about setting their sights on critical life skills that will stand them in good stead throughout their adult lives?