We knew we wanted to travel as much as possible while living here in Germany. First stop on our list was the nearby city of Mainz – only 10 minutes from Wiesbaden by train and the perfect place for a day trip.
On Saturdays they host something called the Market Breakfast. Think farmers market, wine tour and tailgate all in one.
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“Welcome to Germany.”
This is what a stranger told me when I asked for help at the Frankfurt train station and couldn’t use Google to find the answer because I didn’t have WiFi…
I never realized how much we millennials depend on our phones, until living in a foreign country with no WiFi. There are just some things we need modern technology for…like finding your way around a new city and posting Insta stories to document your whole life. Sometimes I even find myself scrolling aimlessly through my newsfeed only for Ryan to remind me that I don’t have WiFi. Imagine going a full day without Facebook stalking!
We’ve hit the one month mark of living abroad and I wanted to take a moment to reflect on what’s different about living here in Germany.
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I know you’ve all been dying to see our home away from home here in Germany (well maybe just our family…but we’re going to show you anyway!). We are quite impressed with our first European flat. It’s clean, quiet, organized, modern, comfortable, and just a short walk to downtown Wiesbaden. You know, where all of the cute cafés are. 😉
It’s always a gamble to sign a lease sight unseen – praying that the place actually looks like the photos. Being catfished by your new home is the worst kind of catfishing.
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