Berlin’s Topography of Terror: A History Lesson in Atrocity

  On a recent trip to Berlin I visited the new Topography of Terror Museum, along with My Destination Berlin, who filmed the experience alongside me. Berlin’s Topography of Terror offers wonderful historical insight into the horror of human cruelty. The new documentation and exhibition center opened in 2010 on top of the former Gestapo and…

How to Move to Europe!

  Thinking to move to Europe? As an American and Aussie husband and wife, who previously resided in Amsterdam and Dublin for a combined 6 years, and currently publishing this while on a work trip in Berlin, we say do it if you can! And for many, you indeed can. This is just a few…

What to Expect from a Travel Trade Fair, With Helpful Tips

  In January we attended the largest travel trade fair in Spain, FITUR 2014 in Madrid. It was an interesting event, but naturally better suited for Spanish speakers or those working specifically in the travel industry in Spain. The event was a great excuse to go to Madrid though, especially since our plane tickets on Ryanair…

Renting Tips for Europe

Finding an apartment in your own city can be a nightmare, let alone a foreign country! But if you’ve decided to take the plunge and move abroad here are some renting tips for Europe, particularly particularly if you’re planning a move to the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Germany, the UK or Ireland. We’ll have a post to…

Nuremberg, A Long To Do List and History Far Richer than Nazi Past

Many people, including World War II aficionados, associate Nuremberg with the Nazi party. It was here that the large Nazi rally grounds were built and from 1933-1938 Hitler addressed hundreds of thousands of supporters in an annual gathering. Hence Nuremberg was also where the allied forces decided to prosecute high ranking Nazi officials in a war…

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