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Osnabrück – a medieval town in a German valley – the hometown of my German husband!

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As you read this, I’m actually in Bath! Yep! Bath. In England. Not the object of your morning ritual! I was previously in Bristol and it was amazing. Once again, thank you Bristol for making my stay fun and exciting! More about that next… Continue Reading “Osnabrück – a medieval town in a German valley – the hometown of my German husband!”

10 reasons why Nord-Pas de Calais otherwise known as Northern France, is more than just stinky cheese and a paté made from goose!

So last week I returned from my first press trip ever. And it was in France! OMG! Like, France! I mean, come on! Isn’t that everybody’s dream. Riding on a French bicycle with garlands of onions strewn across, a beret on one’s head, and… Continue Reading “10 reasons why Nord-Pas de Calais otherwise known as Northern France, is more than just stinky cheese and a paté made from goose!”

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