City Guide: Naples, Italy + Capri & the Amalfi Coast

After spending some time in Rome, we made our way south to Naples, Italy. To be completely honest, our end destination wasn’t Naples – we were looking to visit Capri and the Amalfi Coast, however staying in Sorrento was a bit more expensive than we were hoping so that landed us in Naples. We decided to rent a car because…
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City Guide: Prague, Czech Republic

Moving on to Prague, Czech Republic! I immediately fell in love with this city. There were rolling hills and colorful old buildings with loads of history behind them and my goodness was it cheap! Which speaking of, on this map, I included a money exchange spot. Something you’ll notice the second you walk the streets is that there are money…
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City Guide: Berlin, Germany

Third stop! Berlin, Germany. I was pretty excited about visiting this country – I’ve always loved learning about anything World War II & Holocaust related so I figured there would be loads of history to learn on the walking tour (which I would need to prepare for because my ankles were sausages due to the amount of walking I had…
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City Guide: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Second stop on my 2018 Euro Trip was Amsterdam! To be completely honest, this was a city that I wasn’t the most excited about. Mainly because when you think about it, the first thoughts are the Red Light District (although intriguing, def not my thing) and smoking (may have tried it a time or two). I was anticipating it to…
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City Guide: Brussels, Belgium

The first stop on my 2018 Euro Trip was in the land of chocolate (and beer and fries, if you ask a local), aka Brussels, Belgium! I had heard a lot of mixed reviews about the city – some people loved it, others hated it so I was very interested to explore it myself. But before I jump into everything…
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Staying Safe as a Solo Female Traveler

We’ve all heard it, “there is safety in numbers.” Well what happens when you find yourself in a brand new city, where no one speaks your language, and it’s obvious you don’t belong? This has been the story of my journey thus far in Europe (although, I will say there have been many times people come up to me asking…
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