Coffee Roastery and Museum in Hamburg

One of my favorite finds in Hamburg, Germany was the Kaffee Museum in the Warehouse District, known as Speicherstadt. Brian and I discovered it one of our first days while wandering around but it was after hours and already closed for the day. I decided to check it out after returning from a day trip one …

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International Travel on a Budget

I had the unexpected pleasure of a pre-honeymoon jaunt to Europe, thanks to the fiance having to travel for work. He had customer visits in Russia and then I met him in Switzerland, where he was completing trainings for a Europe-based branch of his company. We both headed to Paris where I ran around on a …

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Travel for (His) Work: France and Switzerland

I've had some wonderful experiences traveling for my work, especially the last couple years as the fiance has been able to tag along. It's not all sunshine and roses. As I've mentioned, there is not much glamour when you travel for work and also commit the bulk of the trip to working--but there are the …

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A Capitol Idea: Heading to D.C.

I'm very fortunate that my employer encourages me to attend at least one large-scale professional development conference each year, and I'm excited to have officially booked my attendance at the 2013 PRSA Counselors to Higher Education Senior Summit in Washington, D.C. this April. Last year I went to a Ragan Communications Summit in NYC, and …

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