Tag: Europe

2 Days in Dublin, Ireland

My Two Days in Dublin Last month, my friend told me she was going on a work trip to Ireland, but would have a ton of gaps in her schedule. We joked around for a bit that I should tag along with her. Wouldn’t you know I found a round-trip ticket to Dublin at a

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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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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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An Enchanting Visit to Strasbourg, France

The third leg of my fall European trip: three days in Strasbourg, France’s eighth-largest city. The territory of Alsace has gone back and forth between Germany and France many times throughout history. This game of tug-of-war has resulted in a city that is an enchanting blend of both cultures. As you walk from one neighborhood

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Visiting Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany

I discovered Rothenburg ob der Tauber a couple of years ago thanks to a fellow blogger, Cali Globetrotter. The storybook buildings captured my imagination and I just knew that this needed to be a destination on my next European trip. Luckily, when I started sketching out my route for last October it fit in very

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Hotel Review: Alt-Ringlein in Bamberg, Germany

Hotel Alt Ringlein in Bamberg

Of the two hotels we booked in Germany, Alt-Ringlein was my favorite. It was old and picturesque with heavy dark beams lining the ceilings and halls. We took a tiny elevator and then twisted and turned down at least 3 hallways before we arrived at our room. Our circuitous route made it clear that we

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