So I haven’t posted in a long time! A lot has been happening! I’m preparing for a new wave of posts… Since I haven’t been traveling they will be other exciting things – like how I decorated my new apartment with all my treasures from Europe! Anyway, as I was preparing a new post I … Continue reading
My visit to Edinburgh, Scotland, was short but sweet. I wish I could have ventured out and seen some of its countryside but oh well, I will just have to go back! Here are a few shots I was able to get during my visit…
One of the best parts of visiting a new country is exploring the countryside. Visiting the outskirts of the city certainly has a way of demanding your undivided attention. It is there, in my opinion, that you see what is truly beautiful about a country and its culture.
This was not my first rendezvous in London but it was still as amazing as the first. This city is very special to me as it was my first European city to visit back in 2007. My mother, sister and I went for spring break. It was my first year away at college and it … Continue reading
Amsterdam is just one of those places that everyone should visit. I felt right at home there surrounded by water, unique buildings, cyclists, vegetation, art, food, friendly people, public transportation, etc. I love the Dam!
The train ride from Budapest to Prague is seven hours! In my journal on the train I wrote, “Hungry! Hot! Yuck! But so lucky!” And, lucky I am. Prague is, “Romantic! Beautiful! Historic!” I instantly fell in love with this city, which was not something I expected for the Czech Republic.
Can I first say that my recent experience being “freshly pressed” on WordPress has totally changed everything? I’m so extremely psyched on all of the support and wonderful comments I received on my San Francisco post. Big thanks to all of you who “liked”, commented, criticized, and decided to follow – you’re the best!
When I was originally thinking about backpacking in European countries like Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic the words “advanced” or “sustainable” didn’t exactly flash through my mind. To my surprise I was very wrong. Once again I had public transportation at my fingertips, the ability to rent a bicycle, and convenient fresh produce, cheese, … Continue reading