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Incorporating More Nature Into Your Travels

You don’t have to be a nature person to appreciate landscapes. Oftentimes the best trips strike a balance between city life and the outdoors. Some destinations allow for this better than others, but I’ve found it’s always possible to incorporate nature travel when in the trip planning process. And while we’re all staying home for the foreseeable future, many of…

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Cesky Krumlov Guide: A Medieval Town in the Czech Republic

If you haven’t heard of Cesky Krumlov, I’m not surprised. Though it’s one of the world’s best-preserved medieval cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it rarely makes the top of European city lists. While most visit Cesky Krumlov from Prague on a day trip, it deserves so much more attention than a quick stopover. When my good friend Barbie…

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A Weekend Guide to Prague, Czech Republic

This was my second time in Prague, but it may as well have been my first. My first visit was eight years ago with Jacob, and Prague was our first stop on a multi-city trip to Europe. I remember it as a romantic city, though this time I traveled with a close friend of mine on a girl’s trip. While…

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A Guide to Holi Festival in India

India has been at the top of our list forever. Last year Jacob was invited on a fairly last minute work trip that happened to fall over Holi Festival in India. I was a bit more apprehensive of going last minute as I knew it would be tough to navigate (I’m always the planner when it comes to our travels!)….

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A Guide to Visiting Temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Visiting ancient temples in Siem Reap truly feels like stepping into another world. Angkor Wat is the largest religious monument in the world, and the most ancient. It’s an incredible, sprawling complex of temples located in Cambodia, dating back to the 12th century (aptly named Angkor Wat, “City of Temples” in Khmer). Though well preserved, it’s not uncommon to be…

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Our Favorite Restaurants in Amsterdam

There’s something so satisfying about recommending a favorite restaurant to someone and hearing about their positive experience afterward. We often get asked by friends and family visiting Amsterdam for our favorite restaurants in the city, and have always pointed them to our Amsterdam Travel Guide. This time, we decided this topic deserved it’s own post. So, we’ve compiled our favorite…

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Christmas Market Road Trip Itinerary: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

Visiting European towns around Christmas time is quickly becoming one of my favorite types of trips. I love the atmosphere of the twinkle lights, the smell of mulled wine and cinnamon, and the feeling of warming up by a fire after an evening wandering the markets. In the past few years, Jacob and I have visited some of Europe’s Best…

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Lofoten, Norway Travel Guide

One of my favorite moments of any trip is the excitement of seeing a new destination for the first time. Lofoten, Norway was love at first sight. Even from our plane window, I could spot the quaint Norwegian cottages along the fjords and mountain ranges that make Lofoten so beautiful. We planned this trip mid-August, allotting five days in Lofoten…

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Kissimmee, Florida Guide: Food, Wine & the Everglades

I recently made a goal for myself to explore more of the U.S. this year. Though I grew up on the west coast of California, most of the traveling I did at a young age was to Europe (both my parents are first-generation European, so most of our family is abroad). So, when the team at Experience Kissimmee invited us…

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