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Speaking Deutsch and Exploring Munich.

When we stepped off the plane in Germany, I was pretty psyched to use my German. It would be a far stretch to say I speak German. My one semester of translation and one semester of casually auditing German 103 … Continue reading

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Cinque Terre

Buongiorno! Right after putting up my last post, I boarded a plane to meet James in Italy for our adventure. I had originally (and ambitiously) planned on posting along as we were traveling… but that obviously didn’t happen. It just … Continue reading

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No one else is going to do it.

When I lived in Paris in my first year as a real adult (read: freshly graduated and thus not actually much of an adult at all but feeling intoxicated by my freedom), I got terribly sick. I don’t get sick … Continue reading

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2 Days of Paris Moments

The first time I came to Paris, I was 14 and on a trip with a group from my school. The week should be a total blur, as I was jetlagged and 14, but so many moments stand out in … Continue reading

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It doesn’t get easier.

James: “If you could go back in time, what would you do?” Hannah:  “I think it would be cool to hang out with my parents before they had kids.” “Wait- what? Seriously?” “No wait- I want to go to their … Continue reading

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He says it can’t be done.

A couple months ago, I announced to James that I intended to spend my 5 weeks in Europe this summer living out of a carry-on sized suitcase. And then he erupted in snort-laughter and declared this impossible. His scoffing is … Continue reading

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Friday Questions: European Adventure Edition!

Remember that dream, that it’s-not-going-to-happen-but-maybe-someday dream? It’s happening. We have talked about it for the past year and a half, but every time there were so many reasons that it wasn’t possible. The cost, limited vacation days, the cost, the … Continue reading

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