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Madrid: 5 Things To Do On a Budget

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Madrid has no shortage of things to do but running around the city can get expensive. So, if you’re on a budget, here are a few things that will keep you busy and keep money in your wallet. TAKE THE HOP-ON HOP-OFF BUS: I’ve written about these bus tours on many occasions and I can’t […]

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Croatia: Inspired By…

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Lately, I’ve been thinking of all the places I want to go and I realize the list is getting pretty long (I’m talking 30+ destinations so far).  I think the list keeps growing because of all the stunning photos I see on Instagram. Damn you, Instagram! So, I decided to start a series on the […]

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Markets of Madrid

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If you’ve read any of my other posts, you know I love to eat. So, it’s no wonder that two of my favorite places in Madrid, Spain are Mercado De San Miguel and Mercado De San Antón. Both markets are very popular and have their own sights, sounds, and salivation factors so I’ll let you […]

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Night Opening Tours in Rome

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If you’re traveling to Rome, Italy this summer, do yourself a favor and book one of the museum “Night Opening” tours. The Colosseum and the Vatican Museum offer evening tours through October 2015.  While there are plenty of night tours available in Rome, these are two of my absolute favorites! Colosseum Night Opening Last time […]

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Barcelona Revisited

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One of the first posts on my blog was about my trip to Barcelona, Spain but I was new to blogging and didn’t quite know what to write about or who I was writing for. 10 months later, I still don’t have it all figured out but I do have a clearer voice and a […]

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Italy – Part III: Fountains, Food and Fashion in Rome

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The last stop on our whirlwind Italy tour was Rome.  Ciao Roma!  My fascination with Italy was, honestly, more focused on Rome than any other city in the entire country.  Well, except maybe Capri and Positano but I will get there one day, mark my words! After the McDonald’s fiasco in Florence and a long […]

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