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European Monoliths

UNITED KINGDOM | Sat, 23 Mar 2019 | By jackkloe | Views [46]

Europe is home to many marvellous sights. From the Eiffel Tower in France and the Colosseum in Italy to the Sagrada Familia in Spain and the Acropolis of Athens in Greece. These are truly sights to behold ! Along with these wonders are their ... Read more >

Tags: buildings, europe, monoliths, travels

An Introduction

USA | Tue, 24 Apr 2018 | By daralynn | Views [198]

What does one do prior to committing 5 years of his/her life to getting a PhD in a small, Midwest town? Travel the world of course!!! (Or maybe let's just start with Europe. Baby steps.) Before diving back into academia, I need a hard reboot--and ... Read more >

Tags: europe, introduction, travel

Eurail Pass

USA | Thu, 28 Dec 2017 | By bombardo-family | Views [319]

Moving around in Europe we used the Eurail Pass. Eurail is actually a travel company with agreements with the rail companies to sell a special pass to non-EU residents, it covers the cost of the ticket not reservation cost, if a reservation is necessary.... Read more >

Tags: eurail pass, europe, trains

Paris, France

USA | Sat, 14 Oct 2017 | By bombardo-family | Views [390] | Comments [1]

As soon as we arrive to a new destination we almost always head to our accommodations by either walking, bus, subway, or tram. In Paris, we went by subway. It was very crowded and we were up against each other on both subway lines we had to take. It ... Read more >

Tags: eiffel tower, europe, france, nomads, paris, world travelers

Munich, Germany

USA | Sat, 14 Oct 2017 | By bombardo-family | Views [277]

Ahh, OKTOBERFEST!  We finally made it and little did we know actually how big it was.  It is not just a beer fest, it is an entire carnival with all kinds of rides for the kids.  It is by far the largest carnival either Chris or I have ... Read more >

Tags: europe, germany, munich, oktoberfest

3 Reasons Why I Want to Take a European Road Trip This Summer

SPAIN | Fri, 14 Jul 2017 | By genyvoyager | Views [526]

I’ve seen Europe in a number of different ways, and I’ve enjoyed all of them. Whether it is choosing to take the train or bus, or to even fly with a budget airline, there are plenty of ways to see the continent when you are restricted on ... Read more >

Tags: europe, rv

Anticipation of Travel

USA | Sat, 18 Mar 2017 | By belkis | Views [484]

Hello everyone, This entry is just to start the blog. I have always loved to travel and last year I was lucky to find really inexpensive tickets to Europe. This lead to buying tickets that will take us into Paris, where we'll spend 6 days, then ... Read more >

Tags: europe, france, greece, italy, travel with kids

Part 1: How travelling solo can help you to conquer anxiety

WORLDWIDE | Wed, 7 Dec 2016 | By eppe_coe | Views [12]

  So, you are thinking about taking a big step into the world; you want to see new places, do something different, get out of the 9-5 routine for a while but very real fears are plaguing your mind. For reasons of choice or because there isn’... Read more >

Tags: anxiety, before and after, conquering fears, europe, solo travel, what if?, woman

5 Tips for Aussies to Survive and Thrive at Oktoberfest

AUSTRALIA | Fri, 16 Sep 2016 | By jrs31490 | Views [749]

At this year’s Oktoberfest, 6 million people are expected to celebrate the largest beer festival in the world between 17 September and 3 October, 2016. 20,000 of those revelers are Australians that will be descending upon Munich, Germany; and even ... Read more >

Tags: australians, australians in europe, beer, europe, europe travel, germany, oktoberfest, tips, travel, travel tips

Bolzano: naked Germans, flash floods & gelato for days

AUSTRALIA | Sun, 19 Jun 2016 | By anaontheroad | Views [274]

German is a harsh language. It is spat at me through a large smile as I step out of my tent. I reply with a nod and smile, I know he only said good morning, but it sounded like he was insulting me (not to mention just yesterday I was greeted with some ... Read more >

Tags: bolzano, camping, dolomite mountains, europe, gelato, german, hiking, italy, mountains, northern italy

Great Expectations

ITALY | Wed, 1 Jun 2016 | By victoriaously | Views [281]

Skepticism is every solo traveller’s default, so when a friend invited me to meet a Couchsurfing host I leered and kept my expectations low. Yet once we met, I couldn’t turn down a tour of the “green heart of Italy” by the lively ... Read more >

Tags: europe, italy, perugia, umbria, wine

The Curious Case of Lights and Language

SPAIN | Thu, 28 Jan 2016 | By wanderlustgail | Views [423]

The curious case of lights If you go into a bathroom in Europe and can't find the light switch, that's probably because it is outside the room. In the hallway. Where any passerby could turn the light off while you're using the bathroom and leave ... Read more >

Tags: europe, language, light switch, lights, sabbatical, travel

Féchy Fête

SWITZERLAND | Tue, 29 Sep 2015 | By elcastleberry | Views [303]

When I think wine, I don't think Switzerland. I think Italy, France, and California. But, lo and behold, the vineyards of France are just an arbitrary political border away, and grapevines know no such bounds. The climate that produces globally lauded ... Read more >

Tags: europe, grape harvest, party, small towns, switzerland, wine, wine festival

Lyon, France

FRANCE | Tue, 22 Sep 2015 | By elcastleberry | Views [388]

 Lyon was not a city on my (long) list of travel destinations. Were it not for the easy, cheap train from Rolle coupled with the easy, cheap flight from Madrid for Chris, I doubt I ever would have found myself here. In looking for a place to meet ... Read more >

Tags: cities, europe, france, markets, surprises

Selecting hostels when traveling solo.

INDIA | Mon, 14 Sep 2015 | By shahaashka | Views [581]

This is my first post ever. Nothing fancy. Nothing elaborate. Here goes.  This summer I got a chance to go on my first ever solo trip. I have travelled places with friends and family. But alone, never. After I started my trip, the first question ... Read more >

Tags: europe, hostel, hostels, solo travel

Rolle: Inauguration de la Grand-rue

SWITZERLAND | Sun, 13 Sep 2015 | By elcastleberry | Views [279]

There is a lot to be said for the size of a place. Rolle is small - not a city, but not a village, either. It is situated between the much larger, cosmopolitan cities of Lausanne and Geneva. With a population of 6,000, Rolle is best known for its placement ... Read more >

Tags: europe, small towns, swiss pride, switzerland, wine

The Bus Journey Begins

SERBIA | Sun, 2 Aug 2015 | By the_life_of_lady_laura | Views [249]

The Balkans is not a region of the world that I ever really saw myself visiting, so when I went to book myself in to a tour of Eastern Europe with the idea of exploring Prague, Budapest and Austria I was a bit stuck when I found out that it was booked ... Read more >

Tags: balkans, bosnia and herzigovina, croatia, europe, montenegro, serbia

Belgium on the World's Greatest Airline

BELGIUM | Wed, 17 Jun 2015 | By davidpearlman | Views [326]

Yesterday I flew to Brussels on The world's greatest airline-Ryanair.  And I truly believe this. Ryanair is not a luxury airline-they are known for charging the lowest fares and charging for everything. When making the reservation-after reserving ... Read more >

Tags: brussels, europe, ryanair

Rome, The Good, The Bad, And The Spanish Steps.

ITALY | Mon, 8 Jun 2015 | By eryn_with_a_y | Views [369]

I have a lot of content hanging around from my 2007 trip to Europe. We’ve gone from London to Rome. There are plenty of awesome and historical places in Rome, I remember seeing them and being amazed, but my 24 year old self got stuck on the ... Read more >

Tags: backpacking, europe, food, internet, italy, rome, spanish, steps, travel

She's alive! Alive! (c)

LITHUANIA | Mon, 8 Jun 2015 | By nazarshowing | Views [217]

Have you ever met alive TV tower? I have. It was really strange experience. From architectural point view Vilnius TV Tower (or also "Vilniaus televizijos bokštas") is a typical soviet project for all TV Towers. The same tower must have been ... Read more >

Tags: animals, europe, we are lost

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