Will I ever shut up about my love for Prague? Not likely. There’s so much to see and do and I loved every second I
Need happy stories or some good news for a change? Look no further! Every Monday, I’m posting happy travel stories to brighten your day and
I found a study online that said the average U.S. employee receives between 10-15 vacation days, depending on their time at the company. In addition,
Odds are you’ve seen Kutná Hora floating around the interwebs, whether you’ve realized it or not. The Sedlec Ossuary is a fixture on reddit’s r/creepy
Where Prague, Kutná Hora and Český Krumlov get more and more tourists every year, Brno has remained largely untouched. Don’t take that to mean it
I had never left the continent when I set across to ocean to Prague for a four-month study abroad. And for someone who was really,
Český Krumlov is a magical fairytale story come to life. It’s so beautiful and well-preserved that it’s listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From
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
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
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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