Paris

If you only have 48 hours in Paris…

What to do: A couple of sites I’d consider seeing while in Paris if you’ve only got a few days (because you could live here for years and not even come close to seeing what you should in Paris): -The Louvre Is there any place in Paris as life-altering as the Louvre? You don’t have …

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Where to Stay in Paris

Paris, Paris… beautiful, mystical, and rather expensive. This is where I would strongly encourage the use of an AirBnB. We decided to go that route and did not regret it. We saved so much money and were still close to the major tourist areas. We had a kitchen and were able to cook if we …

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London

London Town

What to see in London if you only have a tiny bit of time…it’s an impossible question to answer and so different for every person. I’ll cover a few tried-and-true classics in today’s blog, but keep in mind London offers endless options for the traveler. I’m hoping to give you an idea of costs/hours to …

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Mexico City

Can’t Miss Moments in Mexico City

The Mexico City metropolitan area has a population coming in at about 21 million, and as of today, ranks as the fourth most populous city in the world. The city has a collection of over 150 art museums, 25 parks, innumerable restaurants, and a host of various historic buildings and cathedrals. The city is divided …

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Amsterdam

10 Things You Should Know About Amsterdam

1- The Van Gogh Museum is truly amazing. Address: Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam Hours: 9 a.m.- 6 p.m., open on Friday until 10 p.m. Cost: Depends on the month- averages about 15-17 Euros per ticket Website: Van Gogh Museum Website Helpful Hints: BUY AHEAD OF TIME!! USE THE ONLINE TICKET WEBSITE HERE Best Moments: Almond …

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Food in Mexico City

Food in Mexico City

Kate Moss famously said, “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.” Kate Moss has clearly never consumed a plate of Enchiladas Verde with a side of Creama Cilantro Sopa from El Yug, or Tierra Garat’s Mexican Hot Chocolate. She would’ve eaten her words, and then her weight in verde sauce. The food scene in Mexico …

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Safety when in Mexico City

Safety in Mexico City

I want to take this time to speak about safety in Mexico City. Regardless of whatever political affiliations you possess, it is safe to say that our current presidents relationship with Mexico has made travel to the area more difficult. We had no issues when passing through Mexican Customs, but we had a few incidents …

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Transportation in Mexico City

The Mexico City International Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional Benito Juarez) is the fastest, easiest, and safest way to get to Mexico City from the States. The airport is divided up into two major terminals, and a SkyTrain connects the two terminals. International flights often land in Terminal 1, and domestic flights often land in Terminal 2, …

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Districts of Vienna Where to Eat in Vienna Where to Stay in Vienna

Vienna

History and lore, palaces and jewels, Roman ruins and ancient libraries, art nouveau treasures and exquisitely designed gardens- Vienna has it all. From Empress Elisabeth to Gustav Klimt, the history and people of this highly underrated city easily hold their own against the splendor of Paris and the storied history of London. This is a …

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Activities in Salzburg

What to do in Salzburg

Museum of Modern Art: Open- 1000 – 1800 Address- Mönchsberg 32, 5020 Salzburg, Austria Cost- 8 Euros per adult, 6 for students/children Website- Salzburg Museum of Modern Art Hohensalzburg Fortress: Open- 0900-1900 from May- September Address- Festung Hohensalzburg, Mönchsberg 34, 5020 Salzburg, Austria Cost- 13 Euros per adult, 7.4 Euros per child Note- **It is …

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