Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tours that Are Worth It: Jazz Boat, Prague

For the most part, when I’m traveling, I like to see the city on my own rather than taking group tours or paying for events that aren’t authentic to life in the city. I guess I have a fear of … Continue reading

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The Edge of Spain in Besalu

While I was in Spain, I had the opportunity to visit Besalu, a town on the edge of the Pyrenees separating France from Spain. It’s not a place I would have ever made it out to had I not been … Continue reading

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Tesselaar Tulip Festival in Australia

Check out my new article at The Circumference on the Tesselaar Tulip Festival. If I ever make it out to Australia, I will definitely try to visit because I love these sorts of cultural fairs. Anyone ever been to this … Continue reading

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What do accidental finds mean?

This week I am going to step out of the typical post style highlighting a travel location, and talk about what travel, and these random, accidental places that I find, mean to me. This is something that I’ve been thinking … Continue reading

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The Morbid Beauty of Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

Prague is a city that is included in pretty much any itinerary of Europe – as well it should be. Prague ranks as one of my favorite cities in Europe. But unlike many of my friends who, like me, were … Continue reading

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