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During World War II, as the Allied forces marched toward victory in Europe, the motto was, “First we conquer Paris, then we conquer Berlin.

” For Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh, , that was Rome last spring and then Paris.

Jim Harbaugh Harbaugh will take  his team to Paris and Normandy in 2018, and will also take his team to locations where Allied forces landed.

This trip took place during spring soccer training, and the 2017 trip to Rome was a huge success.

I think he was A+ on every level,” Jim Harbaugh said of his time in the Eternal City, previously saying it was a chance to make the world his classroom.

Rome Colosseum “I highly recommend traveling in a large group.

It was amazing what happened naturally when we were together in another country for an entire week.

” Like  Jim Harbaugh’s other trips, this trip received widespread attention and divided opinion.  Of course, this trip was ridiculed by competitors.

Jim Harbaugh Harbaugh said:

“We as employees tried to poke holes, but we couldn’t. ” “We’re just trying to change the conversation in a hurry. ” “Instead of doing this, do this.

Take your team on an educational journey.

This is amazing for everyone involved.  During their trip to Rome, the Wolverines saw numerous world-famous tourist attractions including:

Colosseum,  Forum,  Pantheon, Trevi Fountain,  Spanish Steps, St.  Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City.  and Piazza Navona.  Paris Saint-Germain Harbaugh discussed a trip to Paris and Normandy next season.

“There’s a lot to do if you talk to  experts and travel planners,” he said.  I want to spend  time in Paris, I want to go to Monet’s garden, I want to go to Versailles, I want to go to Normandy.  It will take a week.

I was in Paris and couldn’t get most of the work done in one week.

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