Prague: Bohemia’s Architectural Masterpeice

Mid-way through my mini Euro-trip, I arrived at one of my most anticipated destinations: Prague, Czechia. While Germany is amazing, I had a feeling Prague would be my favorite, and I was spot on. With a population of 1.3 million and 2.6 million in the metro area, this is no small city. As such, I was expecting it to be crowded, but the crowds were even thicker than expected. The architecture in Prague 1, AKA…

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Munich, Germany: Beer, Museums, and Lederhosen, Oh My!

In case you're new around here, I recently took my first-ever trip to Europe. I was able to find cheap flights there, which was really nice! After starting in Heidelberg (well, technically Frankfurt, as I landed there), my next stop was Munich, Germany. I've heard great things about Munich, and given that it's only about 215 miles east of Heidelberg, it was the logical next stop. Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, is home to…

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Heidelberg: A Dazzling Gem in Southern Germany

As some of you already know, I recently took a trip to Europe. This was a big deal for me because I had never been. Not only that, but it was the first time I had ever left North America. I had been wanting to go for what felt like forever, but jobs tend to get in the way. But because I recently left my day job, there was little that stood between me and…

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Reflecting on Two Weeks of International Travel

What a couple of weeks it’s been! I just returned to the US after my first trip *ever* outside of North America. Honestly, I wish I could have said that years earlier, but better late than never, as they say. During my trip, I spent about a week in Germany, a few nights in Prague, and a couple of nights in Vienna and in Split, Croatia. And yes, that time went by fast. Considering the…

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