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Back to Germany, specifically Nuremberg, where we spent a beautiful day.This city, most and sadly known as the city of the Judgment of Nuremberg -where the primarily responsible for the nazi homicides where judged-, is one of the most picturesque places I’ve ever seen. 200 more words


American airlines – $96 Dallas to Atlanta roundtrip (Vice versa)

There has been a lot of airfare deals in or to Dallas lately. Here is another one.

Valid for travel from now until February 12, 2015. 21 more words


some pickled green beans to start

Two years! I’ve been married two years now! I can’t believe it’s been this long already (relatively speaking).

When we got married, Joshua and I talked about honeymooning in Boston, because we didn’t think it would be possible to go to Europe, like we had dreamed. 887 more words


Second Day of the Battlefields Tour, 2014 - the Battles for Ypres

The second day of the battlefields tour included visits to Tyne Cot and Langemarck cemeteries and to the Menin Gate in Ypres.  Throughout our tour, our understanding and appreciation of these monuments was facilitated and made possible by Mr Tillbrook’s expert commentary from which most of the following remarks are drawn (only the inaccuracies are entirely my own – ed.). 563 more words


Little trip of one toy horse

It’s a little toy horse named Boe. She’s very curious and loves travelling. There’s her little trip around Kaliningrad sights. At first she visited Сhestnut avenue, watched the trams and discovered the house with two statues of lions. 16 more words


Spotlight on: the International Student Centre

The ISC have got a new team, and we thought it would be interesting to introduce them to you. Let’s hear from Snezhana (President) and Monika (Vice-President)! 373 more words

Travelogue: Conques, France

A few months ago, I travelled with my family to the quaint village of Conques, located within the Midi-Pyrénées region in France. Although we didn’t stay there overnight, I wish we had. 369 more words