USAG Hohenfels (2)
Now that we’ve gotten past the FAQ on moving to Germany, we better just dive right into the juicy bits and pieces of moving to Hohenfels. While needing to know about passports, what appliances to bring and what clothes you should pack are all necessary, I know that you are […]

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Norwegian Air $69 9
If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “Oh what I would give to travel to Europe!!!” Immediately followed by a grimace just thinking of the costs, I don’t blame you.  We all know that I swear by Travel Hacking and that when combined with budget travel, we almost always travel for as […]

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Lake Thurnersee, Switzerland: Just a days drive from Hohenfels, Germany
Life Near Hohenfels Germany: Part II    If Hohenfels doesn’t have your heart yet through means of amazing people, opportunities to learn about the German culture and an Army Community that feels like family, then I have just one more last ditch effort to get you to fall in love […]

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Hohenfels, Germany 1
Life at Hohenfels, Germany: Part I You’ve heard of Germany.  You might have even heard of Bavaria. But nobody…and I mean NOBODY has heard of USAG Hohenfels, that is, unless you have been one of the lucky few to get stationed in nowheresville, Germany. USAG Hohenfels; the Army Post stuck […]

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[This post may contain Amazon affiliate links.  Thank you for helping to support the maintenance of the EconomicalExcursionist site so that we can continue to give you awesome travel tips and content.] Let me take a guess. You just found out you are going to be stationed in Germany.  So […]

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So you've asked for no ice, you don't go anywhere on Sundays and your perfect meal includes pounded veal and beers the size of your head? Yup. You've lived in Germany! 31
You Have Lived in Germany Too Long When…. Well, it’s been about a month since moving back to the US and I am still adjusting to life on this side of the pond after almost six years in Deutschland.  I went to the store the other day and after about […]

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The Military Family's Guide to Urgent Medical Care While Traveling
It’s 3 p.m. You’ve been hauling your kids up and down the streets of Amsterdam all day, drawing straws with your husband for whose turn it is to push the toddler in the stroller and who gets to carry the 4-month-old in the Tula. (FYI, I love my kids, I […]

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German spa and baths are the perfect way to live like a local while also having one of the most relaxing experiences ever 13
Banana Hammocks, droopy old lady boobs and BARING.IT.ALL Yup, that’s a European bath and spa for you. But a German spa really isn’t as scary, intimidating or even embarrassing as you might think it would be.     I am proud to say that it wasn’t until almost 6 months after having […]

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There is SO much beauty right here in the US! Who knew you could get into the national parks for free!? 14
2017 Free Park Access [There may be affiliate links in this post.  We can’t thank you enough for helping to support the maintenance of the EE site so we can continue to give you awesome budget travel info and tips!] Everyone has different ways of tracking their travels.  Some just post […]

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So, I owe you a huge apology, don’t I? Have you been noticing a lack on my part here around the blogosphere?   If so, it’s not because we haven’t been traveling and therefore I don’t have any great tips and content for you.  It’s actually almost the exact opposite. […]

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