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European Archaeological Park of Bliesbruck-Reinheim

The European Archaeological Park of Bliesbruck-Reinheim (French: Parc archéologique européen de Bliesbruck-Reinheim) is an archaeological park stretching on both sides of the German-French border between the towns of Reinheim (Saarland) and Bliesbruck (Moselle). 1,546 more words


River Cruising - An Inside Look

The popularity of river cruising, particularly in Europe, is growing rapidly.  We all have seen the television ads, read about them in magazine and I have attended more than a few training sessions from leading river cruising companies.   2,071 more words


That Awkward Moment When Someone Might Have Been In Your Swamp

This Sister and I watched Free State of Jones last night.  If you are unfamiliar, it stars Matthew McConaughey, and came out earlier this year.  It’s the story of Newt Knight, set during and after the Civil War, in Mississippi. 1,598 more words

The South

Tawern Temple Complex

The Roman Temple Tawern (German: Römischer Tempelbezirk Tawern) is a reconstructed Gallo-Roman sanctuary on the Metzenberg in Tawern near Trier (western Germany). The original sanctuary was built in the 1st century AD above a major road leading from  775 more words


Veteran's Day in Cochem, Germany...

Picking up where we left off last week, just wanted to share a little bit about our holiday weekend getaway to the picturesque town of Cochem, about 3.5 hours northwest of us, near the Luxembourg border. 948 more words

"Alles Ist Gut" - Ian and Will in Germany

Dropping McBryde off at the airport was hard. I loved having a family member/old friend here (he really is both in equal measures), and I’d really gotten used to having him around the house – randomly humming and scrolling through his blog while sitting on the couch, or sidling into the kitchen in search of snacks, or to ask me which filter I liked best on his Instagram picture. 916 more words