About/Europe Travels

I have spent about 3 years of my life in France- living there 3 separate times in 3 different regions. I studied in Paris, did an English teaching internship in Strasbourg, and joined my French husband in Cannes after our wedding.

We moved back to the U.S. in 2018- to my home state of Wisconsin. You will find all of my French/European travels documented below. Enjoy!

France travels

Aix-en-Provence
Albi
Annecy 
Antibes
Avignon
Cannes
Carcassonne
Colmar
Eze
Gap
Grasse
Grenoble
Lunéville
Lyon
Mandelieu la Napoule
Menton
Nancy
Narbonne
Nice
Nîmes

Orange
Paris
Reims
Rouen
Saint Paul de Vence
Sisteron
Strasbourg
Versailles
Versailles gardens
Vizille



Europe travels

Austria:
Vienna  (Hofburg Palace, Stephansdom)
Vienna  (Schönbrunn Palace, PANDAS, Augustinerkirche)

Belgium:

Brussels
Bruges

Czech Republic:

Prague

Denmark:
Copenhagen (Rosenborg Castle, canal boat tour)
Copenhagen (Christiansborg Palace, Tivoli Gardens)


United Kingdom:
London (Westminster Abbey, Covent Garden, St. Paul's, Piccadilly Circus)
London (Buckingham Palace, British Museum)
London (Tower of London, boat tour, Trafalgar Square)
Cambridge
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child


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Life as a (TAPIF) English teacher in Strasbourg:

Alsace Life:
Welcome to Strasbourg
Strasbourg cathedral  (my best friend in Strasbourg)
Walking to Germany  (because I could)
Getting to know Strasbourg
It's beginning to look a little like Christmas
It's beginning to look A LOT like Christmas 
Tour guide extraordinaire  (Christmas markets with Olimpia and Jenna)
Strasbourg exploration 
France struggles (because complaining is therapeutic)
Chez moi (the Strasbourg apartment and neighborhood)
French fashion

Teaching:
Starting out (the beginnings of my teaching job)
Getting to know Alsace (field trip with the kids and morE)
Christmas Lesson (Christmas in America, as explained by my troisièmes, in their adorable English)
American stereotypes lesson (one of my favorite lesson plans)




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