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The Best of Prague in 3 Days

Old Town Hall Prague

An old castle on a hill in the distance, a bridge steeped in folklore and legends, historic monuments, great food, and colourful buildings. Prague truly is a fairytale, and often considered to be one of the prettiest cities in Europe. One could easily spend a week exploring the cobblestone streets of this historic capital because…

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The Best of: 3 Days in Budapest

This post was updated in August 2018 Known as the Pearl of the Danube and the Paris of Eastern Europe, Budapest is a mecca for all kinds of travellers. Whether it be a couple on a multi-day European river cruise or young backpackers looking for a cheap place to party, the capital of Hungary has…

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The Best of Toronto in 2 Days

Known for having the tallest building in Canada, and being the home to both the Blue Jays baseball team and actor turned rapper Drake, Toronto is one of the most popular cities to visit in Canada. There’s plenty to do and see in this busy metropolis but even if you only have time for a…

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10 of Dublin’s Best Pubs – According to Locals!

Pint of Guinness- Dublin's Best Pubs

With St. Patrick’s day just around the corner I’m daydreaming of Ireland. While Galway was my home, I have a definite affinity with Dublin. Sure, it’s more touristy, but it’s a hell of a lot of fun. From pouring your own pint in the Guinness Storehouse, to walking down Grafton Street and Stephen’s Green, there’s…

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The Best of Romania in 1 Week

Romania in one week

For many, Romania is a country steeped in legends of vampires with spooky, gothic castles. To be honest, those legends are what peaked my interest and drew me to Romania to start with, but the more I looked into Romania as a destination, the more I realized that it had a lot more to offer…

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The Best of Bagan in 2 Days

Bagan in 2 Days

Myanmar (also known as Burma) has been one of those mysterious countries that most people know very little about and few people choose to travel to. In the past, the military control of the country had most tourists afraid or unwilling to venture into the South East Asian country, and those that did dare to…

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