Tag Archives: Europe

Two’s A Crowd, Three’s A Party…Until They All Fall Down.

If we consider the wise words above by Andy Warhol to hold true, then the pueblicito (little town) named Consuegras that 88-year-old Antonio lives in with his four chickens, three goats, and one horse definitely charts itself proudly on the map of … Continue reading

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Why I Travel: A Tribute to My Mom and Dad

Throughout the past twenty-three days, I have had the luxury of visiting over seven different cities in Europe. Average that out, and I was in a different city about every third day for the past three weeks. And throughout those … Continue reading

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Quick Quotes from a Month-Long Eurotrip

Things you say while you’re planning a Eurotrip: This is going to be so expensive… What was that cleanliness rating for that hostel? Is there a night train available? How much are reservation fees?! I just want this trip to … Continue reading

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backpacking europe–&morocco–until further notice!

Exams are FiNALLY over!!!! Today marks the official start of our two week vacation before the second semester starts. I am so relieved, excited, and well, flat-out tired. But I have no time to waste sleeping because in less than … Continue reading

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