Berlin, like much of Europe, has been seeing
record high temperatures this summer, with midday temps getting as high as 38C (100.4F).
While that may seem normal for my friends back in the southern United States, it is extremely hot for northern Europe. The highs for July and August usually average around 23 to 26C (which is the mid to high 80s F). Also keep in mind that most buildings here are not air conditioned.
Open or closed? What’s your preference? Photo by Leah Kelley on Pexels.com Continue reading “Beating the summer heat”
And only our luggage got lost
In the end, the third flight was the charm.
confirming – then de-confirming them on a flight to Amsterdam – KLM accepted our dogs on a flight that would leave Atlanta on Friday two hours after ours.
These plans held and we all took off over the Atlantic on our multi-route journey to re-unite in Berlin.
The dogs flew from Atlanta to Schipol in Amsterdam, while the kids and I flew into Charles de Gaulle in Paris.
It didn’t hit us until we saw the lines in the terminal in Paris. We picked the absolute
worst time to move to Europe. Continue reading “We all get to Berlin”