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Visiting Kim’s Classroom: Estimation Activity

At our first day in Kim’s school, we were surprised when we arrived to find that it was a “working day.” That means that instead of classes, the students work to clean up the school’s campus. They hadn’t started cleaning … Continue reading

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5 Charming Airbnbs in Iceland

For our 8 day trip around Iceland’s Ring Road we spent 5 of our nights in Airbnbs. Airbnbs were a great option for us since there weren’t a lot of hotels/guesthouses for us to choose from along our route. Sorted by … Continue reading

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Traveling Misadventures: Racing Through the Airport

We absolutely love traveling but sometimes things just don’t go as planned. One of our traveling misadventures happened when flying to Hartford, Connecticut for our cousin’s wedding. Kim left from Columbus and I left from Indianapolis to get on the … Continue reading

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Around Iceland’s Ring Road: An 8 Day Itinerary

The Ring Road, or Route 1, is a road that loops around the entire country of Iceland. If you are heading to Iceland and have plenty of time I definitely recommend leaving the capital city of Reykjavik for some of … Continue reading

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The Palaces of Vienna, Austria

In our two days in Vienna, we noticed that there are two things you hear about a lot, the first was music, which I wrote about in my previous post. And the second is the Habsburgs, the last royal family … Continue reading

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It’s a Schmahl World after all…

Welcome to It’s a Schmahl World! This blog will tell of the adventures of Kathryn and Kim Schmahl, sisters who grew up Cincinnati, Ohio. We are both in our twenties, living and working full-time in the Midwest but take any … Continue reading

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