This is our last post for a while while we're still traveling, so we made it travel-related of course!
When traveling (or, let's face it, even just leaving your house) with a preschooler, any parent will tell you that you need a solid supply of snacks. For us on this trip, that has meant needing to stock up quickly on food supplies in any new location, and so this trip has at times resembled the Grand Supermarket Tour of Europe, experiencing the awe of the aisle across various countries and cultures, trying to suss out what products are available (or not), and desperately trying to figure out whether what you are looking at is yoghurt, creamy spread or cottage cheese (not a mistake you want to make on your child's cereal).
So, having spent countless hours standing in supermarket aisles with Google Translate in hand, we thought we would do you all a service and give you our Top Things to Know about Supermarkets in Europe. You can thank us later.
I'm sure there is more - everyone's shopping habits are so different, we've probably missed stuff that's essential to you. But for now, that's your lot. Hit us up in the comments with your own shopping misadventures!
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