Yoo-Hoo! I’m back from Sweden! And what an adventure. It was Wow! This summer is going to be so awesome! If you’re just joining us, I have plans for the summer. Fantastic plans! I’ll be travelling to Sweden & Slovenia. By bus. OMG! I…
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Have you ever been to Bristol – Let’s eat & drink ’till the cows come home! My second glorious press trip to England. Yes, I’m going to Bristol & Bath. Yippee! But first, did you know that: Bristol is located just 120 miles west…
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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…
Category: EUROPE, EXPAT, FAMILY, GERMANY, history, INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL, Life, motivation, MUSEUMS & GALLERIES, Osnabrück, Saxony, the travel industry, THOUGHTS & IDEAS, TOURISM, TRANSPORT, TRAVEL, Visit, walking tourTags: europe, European, European Old Towns, Felix Nussbaum Museum, Friedensstadt, Geo Park TERRA.vita, German, German husband, Germany, Hanseatic League, history of Osnabrück, hometown, hometown of my German husband!, how to, husband, La Vie restaurant, Leysieffer, Lower Saxony, Mai Woche, Mai Woche in Osnabrück, May Week Festival, medieval, Medieval Old Town, medieval town, medieval town in a German valley, Middle Ages, My German husband, North West Germany, October 1648, Old Town, Osnabrück, Osnabrück City Card, Osnabrück’s oldest inn, Osnabrueck, Peace of Westphalia, peace treaty, Rampendahl, Rampendahl brewery, Saline Rothenfelde salt works., Saxony, TERRA.vita, the happiest place in Germany, The Music Producer, Thirty Years’ War, Travel and Tourism, UNESCO, UNESCO Nature and Geo Park TERRA.vita, UNESCO World Heritage List, Walhalla, Westphalia
I'm a British girl from Manchester living in Berlin with my German husband and my half British – half German son. My blog is a lifestyle expat travel blog and puts a focus on my promotion of culture, history, travels around the world, Europe, Brexit, the Royal Family, British-German life and being British in Berlin - I am The British Berliner!
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