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A quick guide to Lake Constance!

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A couple of weeks ago, I raved over a splendid part of Germany. The Southern part of Germany to be exact. It was my husbands’ idea. I thought Bavaria, the Rhine, the Black Forest, castles … Yaaaaaas! And then he said. To Bodensee! To… Continue Reading “A quick guide to Lake Constance!”

Bodensee – Where’s that?

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Honestly speaking, Germany is a country with a bunch of surprises. Who would have thought it? Geeeeeermany! Omigosh! Now you all know that we recently went to Rügen. On the Baltic Sea And it was grand! You might have thought that we stopped there.… Continue Reading “Bodensee – Where’s that?”

Why you should visit Switzerland, and eat cheese!

So last week, I introduced you to my first ever visit to Switzerland in a lovely place called Lucerne, otherwise known as Luzern! But why Switzerland, I hear you jealously say? Well, it was part of my summer campaign. You know the one –… Continue Reading “Why you should visit Switzerland, and eat cheese!”

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