Hope that someone can give me some ideas and soon! My husband and I will be spending over a week with relatives in Germany in October. We have not seen them for almost 14 years, and really don't talk with them on a regular basis, so it is difficult for us to think of things to bring them. We have asked twice and they have said they don't need anything, but I do want to arrive with at least a token of gratitude to begin our visit. They are a retired, married couple-she is 68, and he is 70. He used to be quite a handyman around the house, and she used to enjoy crafts, but other than that, I really don't know much about their interests. I would appreciate any suggestions for gifts to bring with us. Thank you.
Gift suggestions for hosting relatives in Germany!
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