Whether this is your first year in Europe or your third, no doubt you have a few places in mind that you would like to visit. When I arrived to Germany, my number one goal was to visit as many castles as I could before heading back to the States.
Our staycation series continues with day trip suggestions within the north and western reaches of the Rhineland-Palatinate, an area blessed with beautiful nature and its fair share of quirky attractions. Mid-week finds us border-hopping into next-door Saarland.
Just across the river on the other side of the soaring skyscrapers crowding Canary Wharf is the maritime heart of London. Sitting on the southeast edge of the city is a borough steeped in rich history, international renown and sweeping vistas of the capitol’s skyline, Welcome to Greenwich.
As the days grow shorter, the temperatures drop and kids get ready to go back to school (hopefully), take time out of your busy schedule for one last summer trip. Let the warmth of the sun relax you on the beach or visit a castle that you’ve been dying to see.
There is no doubt about it, 2020 has been a stressful and unpredictable year! If you’re like me, then you are probably in dire need of a vacation. If that is the case, check out the beautiful, historical city of Strasbourg, France.
Should you have you chosen to stick close to your home in the KMC on your hard-earned week off, don’t despair! With deep dark forests, verdant vineyards and cooling waterways all well within a couple hour’s drive, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to fabulous day trip destinations.
At some point in time, virtually all military families have endured assignments that weren’t quite their cup of tea. It could be due to location, moving away from dear friends, or leaving favorite schools.
Budapest, Hungary’s capital, is a striking city many may overlook. Between the merger of three cities–Buda, Pest and Óbuda–this city has an interesting history which shows in the culture, food and buildings.