Category: Globetrotting

Guinness Storehouse Tour – Dublin’s Top Attraction

I know that titling this post “Dublin’s Top Attraction” might ruffle a few feathers, especially considering other notable attractions like The Book of Kells at Trinity College. However, judging by how packed the Storehouse was on a Wednesday afternoon, and by the fact that it’s the first thing people ask me about Dublin… I feel

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Visiting Kilkenny Castle: What to Expect

Did someone say castle? Earlier this month I was invited on a spontaneous trip to Ireland. As my friend and I planned our itinerary, we thought it would be nice to do a half-day trip outside Dublin, so we looked for interesting things within a short driving radius. Visiting Kilkenny Castle came recommended by other

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Travelling Europe? 5 must-see cities

This post on 5 must-see European cities was made possible through a partnership with Wayne Anthony Consulting. Find out how to have your post featured here!  Planning your next trip? Europe is one of the most exciting continents to visit and definitely one of the easiest to get around. With its diverse landscapes, cities and multitudes

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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland, July 2019

Last week I visited Disneyland with a few out-of-town relatives. I was excited to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge which opened in May of this year. Special reservations were required during the first month but now a Disneyland ticket grants normal access. Galaxy’s Edge has three entrances: One from the rear of Frontierland, on the

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A Day Trip in Queretaro, Mexico

This post on Queretaro is from Rachel, a member of the Voyageer Contributor Team. Find out how to have your post featured here! Queretaro is a very safe, centrally located city in Mexico and is home to a number of major universities. It is beautiful and easily walkable. The food, architecture, and beauty make it a must-see

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Alsace’s Picturesque Small Towns

Of our three days in Strasbourg, we spent one of them driving with our friends through the countryside: the route de vin. Alsace, which runs along the border of France and Germany, follows the Rhine river, with the backdrop of the Vosges mountains on the west and the Black Forest on the east. The gently

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