Enjoy the journey
Don't worry about the destination.
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Being raised in the US, I of course have traveled to the majority of the East Coast and have been to at least 15 states thus far.
Beer, Pork, and Clouds
A country full of beer, pork, and cloudy days. That's the best way to describe Germany. I spent two years of my life here and you will be able to learn more about navigating the trains and visiting this country as my blog evolves!
One of my favourites..the Alps are just breathtaking! i have had the oppurtunity to camp, ski, and hike here and I will say every time makes me want to return.
With Amsterdam as the centrepiece of this country, it is super relaxing. Much of my travels there have been to this magical city, and those visits will not be forgotten.
My hand's down favourite place I have been. Iceland was just WOW! It had a small town feel and was stunning.
Although I did not spend a lot of time in Helsinki, I did get the oppurtunity to stay in the glass igloos you may have seen on Facebook. It was a fun time--especially the dog sled ride.
Austria was just like Switzerland but lovelier in a way. It had great skiing slopes and the towns were alluring.
Romania had wonderful architecture and was just dirt cheap! A thirty minute taxi ride was only $30!
To me the Prague had the best architecture. It did not have the best ghost tours though.
Paris, the main city I went to, was very touristy. I was awesome to see the Eiffel Tower but very touristy.
Italians do not follow the rules of the road at all! However, their pizza and pasta is on point!
I loved Greece. One of the best times of my life. The culture, the beauty, everything about it was just fabulous!
I went in May and let me just tell you it was hot! It was an ok place, but not the most exciting.
At night that is when the fun happens. As walking around during summer, you can always find something going on. It was a great weekend.
Sweden was nice but it reminded me too much of a dollhouse. It was all too structured. Pretty though.
I was very little for this one, but I do hope to go back and will include a blog post about it and some photos of what it looked like back in the 1990s.
One simple night
I spent only a night in Norway, but from what I saw it seemed decent.
Budapest is in my Top 5. I absolutely loved it there. The architecture and the experience I had there will be ones I always remember.
Islands of the Caribbean
A family adventure
As a teenager, I went to some islands with my family and it was a good time. We snorkelled and swam with stingrays.
The UK is pricey! If you go there expect to spend some money! It was worth it though.
This was one of the first eastern European countries I visited and I loved it. The way it looked was just so historic. That is when I fell in love with the eastern half of Europe.
...and more to come!
I won't stop here!!
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