Tagged: europe

Dinner and WW1 Mines

Dinner and WW1 Mines

You know its a good dinner conversation when we break into European History thru revolutions and wars. Shouldn’t be much of a surprise since in our spare time we also look up who the last King of the Austro-Hungarian empire...

My Future Kids

My Future Kids

If if never said it before.. I fully intend to have some children some day. Yup.. some youngins… and my dear Krizu predicts Ill have those youngins relatively sooner rather than later in my life. Which brings me to today’s...

Portugal’s Yes

Portugal’s Yes

I was on the phone with mom earlier this evening and I asked if she’d heard about the results of the referendum. “NO I haven’t!” she said. Portugal held a referendum yesterday on the question of abortion. While I was...

Fragile Continent

Fragile Continent

The following were my biggest concerns while trying to get across town during what turned out to be the worst storm of the decade in the Netherlands: Don’t get blown off your bike. Don’t get blown into a canal. Don’t...

bm179 A long term vision for Wroclaw

bm179 A long term vision for Wroclaw

MP3 Audio [19 MB]DownloadShow URL You may have heard the name Warsaw or even Krakow, but have you heard about the Polish city of Wroclaw? Well chances are, you will, because whether you talking culture or commerce, the city and...
 

Iraqi Swedes

Iraqi Swedes

I’ve been up to my neck in research for the next Eclectic Newsbrief, (which is now hosted by Madge Weinstein!), and the topic that I most enjoyed was that of the huge influx of Iraqis in Sweden! Yes… Sweden! Some...