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Norwegian Getaway Review: Part 6 – Berlin

Norwegian Getaway Review: Part 6 – Berlinfeatured

I had mixed feelings about visiting Germany. There’s so much history and I always get super excited to walk on the sites of major historical events. Like really excited. In a totally nerdy way. But on the other hand, so many terrible things have happened in Germany that shaped the history of our family, that Read more

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Norwegian Getaway Review: Part 1 – Chicago to London

Norwegian Getaway Review: Part 1 – Chicago to Londonfeatured

So here we are. Another adventure. I’ll save you from the this-one-just-snuck-up-on-us stuff. This one didn’t sneak up on me. It came up fast, don’t get me wrong, but I knew it was coming every step of the way. It excited me and terrified me all at the same time. Six new countries. That’s terrifying, Read more

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Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 10 – Grand Turk

Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 10 – Grand Turkfeatured

We’ve lost count of how many times we’ve docked in Grand Turk at this point. I figure the number is 6-8 times, but really, we have no idea. They all blend together in a beautiful puddle of crystal clear water in the most beautiful shade of cerulean blue. I think the reason we’ve lost count Read more

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Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 8 – Curacao

Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 8 – Curacaofeatured

If you asked me to name my favorite Caribbean islands, Curacao would be towards the top. To be fair, if you asked me if any of the Caribbean islands were my favorite, I’d likely tell you yes – I have a hard time choosing favorites. I’m completely indecisive like that. There are places like St. Read more

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Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 7 – Aruba

Carnival Sunshine Trip Journal: Part 7 – Arubafeatured

After three days of rocky seas, we were more than ready for our first port of call in Aruba. But we wouldn’t dock in Aruba until the afternoon, and we had an entire morning to fill. And it rained. All morning. We started the day upstairs on the Lido deck for a leisurely breakfast, noticing Read more

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