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Magic Fountains & Bubble Men [Barcelona]

The last set of Barcelona photos 🙁 You all don’t understand how much I love this place. I don’t think I complained once while I was there. Such a beautiful city: the people, the food and the overall atmosphere. I’m so happy I got to spend my 21st birthday there. I have to make it ... Read More

London: Home Away from Home? #DuffleBaggingEurope

Earlier in the semester I was bragging to a fellow exchange student (who happened to be from London) how I’ve been to London many times and it’s like my home away from home and blah blah blah (in retrospect I probably sounded really foolish to him). I felt this way because I’ve always had the ... Read More

A Dam in the Amstel #DuffleBaggingEurope

  I didn’t go into Amsterdam with expectations as to not be disappointed like the previous two cities. And it partially worked. The buildings are absolutely beautiful. Most of them have been maintained to keep their historic value. I love the 150+ canals on the Amstel River. “Amsterdam took its name from the river. The ... Read More

B is for Bruxelles #DuffleBaggingEurope

Riding the collective taxi from South Charleroi airport to our hostel hotel, the first thing I thought upon arriving in Brussels is “this looks like the industrial revolution.” Not surprisingly, Brussels is, in fact, an industrial city. The Grand Place was kinda… underwhelming. Yes, it was cool but it just looked like any other castle. ... Read More

iPisa #DuffleBaggingEurope

Here’s to my first installment of #DuffleBaggingEurope adventures. All of these photos were taken on my iPhone. I arrived in Pisa at about 2:20 am. The American girls backpacking Europe and I found this little kebab shop and waited for my friends to arrive at 3:15 am. Upon their arrival, the kebab shop closes. After ... Read More

This most interesting train ride #DuffleBaggingEurope

Okay don’t laugh but last week I got on a train for the first time. Like a real high-speed train.I was going to Nice from Marseille to visit my aunt. Sadly, I feel asleep on that train because I had stayed up the night before packing. I’m on a two-week “winter break” from school. So ... Read More