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Montreal In Winter

We wanted snow and we got it! We headed up to Canada this February for everyone to get their winter fill. A blizzard hit the city the day before our arrival blanketing the whole city in fresh snow. It was perfect for our Littles who wanted nothing more than to play in the snow. Luckily, […]

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Biesbosch Museum Eiland, The Netherlands

Just south of Rotterdam you can visit one of Europe’s largest freshwater tidal wetlands – De Biesbosch National Park. This beautiful wetlands is perfect for bike riding and exploration. We mistakenly left our bikes at home and instead explored by car. Our destination was the Biesbosch Museum Eiland, which demonstrates how Man and water have […]

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Volvo Museum

A visit to the Volvo Museum in Gothenburg, Sweden is a must for lovers of cars and aesthetics.  I’ve had the opportunity to visit several car museums. Although I’m not a car enthusiast I always have a great time. The Gothenburg Volvo Museum was no exception. Volvo’s sleek lines and plethora of cars are sure […]

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Strasbourg with Kids

This post contains affiliate links.  Family lore says that at least one side, and possibly both sides, of my family tree originates in the Alsace-Lorraine region of Europe. (Although, perhaps 23andMe will show something different.) This region has bounced between Germany and France for most of its history. We knew we wanted to pop into […]

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The Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam

The Kunsthal Museum in Rotterdam sits on the museumpark and has rotating exhibits of modern art. A neighbor told us that we should not miss the current exhibition of hyper realism so we made plans to head to Rotterdam one morning while the kids were in school. We have been extremely lucky to have a […]

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Corpus Museum in Leiden, The Netherlands

Corpus is an interactive journey through the human body. It was actually one of the first museums we heard about when moving to the Netherlands, but it has a minimum age of six to visit which put it out of our reach until now. With an open Sunday morning I decided to head there with […]

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