Hi, Prague. It’s me, I miss you. Prague was my first adventure into traveling. I spent four months here during my study abroad. I love
Copenhagen looks like it was plucked from out of a storybook. So, makes sense why Hans Christian Anderson made it his home. It even feels like it
If I could offer a somewhat odd analogy that might make sense in a bit, it’s this; Český Krumlov is to Prague, what Dresden is
The Wonderfully Weird is an occasional series written by Maggie whenever she can get off her lazy butt to document the truly strange and fantastic
Milan was my second venture to Italy, after staying in Rome for a week. It’s Italy’s second-most populated city and offers a much different vibe
Vienna is just… so pretty. Pretty, clean and well-designed. Best of all, easy as hell to travel around in. The one major downside to this
Roughly an hour train ride from Milan, Bergamo is a city that begs to be visited. Located just beneath the Dolomites, the city screams old
Confession: I was just 3 days into my week-long trip in Rome when I began strategizing on how to stay even longer. Master plan? Attend
I mention this story in my Boston travel guide, but I’ll go ahead and repeat it… I waited an hour in the rain without an
Writing about Paris is simple… said no one ever. How does one fit everything the city has into a 4 day Paris itinerary? I tried.
Maggie, the Broke Girl Abroad, is just another Millennial who wanted to make a travel blog because of that one time she studied abroad.
Now a 9-to-5 employee, follow along as she attempts to see the world by balancing her budget, her 40 hour work week, and her precious, precious vacation days.
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