A Day Trip to Bratislava

Bratislava is charming in its own Eastern European way.  You have the old buildings painted into pastel colors that have faded over time. You notice much less people speaking English on the streets, which I think…

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10 Things to See and Do in Budapest

Budapest, the capital of Hungary and perhaps the most unique capital of Eastern Europe.  With a fascinating history and tons of things to see and do, there’s no reason this city shouldn’t be on your…

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Visiting Lapland as a Solo Female Traveler

When I think of Lapland I think of glass hotels and thick white snow blanketing the ground. I think of scattered pine trees as far as the eye can see.  And in the winter night, the…

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The 8 Day Vacay – England

England.  Just a short distance from the USA (compared to the rest of Europe); and thanks to budget airlines such as WOW, RyanAir, AerLingus, and Norwegian a flight that won’t break the bank.  A country best…

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Chasing the Northern Lights – What Not to Do

At the time of writing, I have been roaming this earth for upwards of 29 years.  And since I can EVER remember… one of my biggest bucket list items was to see the ever-elusive Northern…

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An Intro to the “8 Day Vacay”

To my nursing colleagues and anyone else out there who has 8 days to spare… I have created the series on my blog titled, the “8 Day Vacay” to encourage nurses to take advantage of…

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Solo Guide to Tallinn

Tallinn is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in all of Europe.  But there’s more to this capital city than what meets the eye.  Besides the cobblestone streets, spired churches, and orange rooftops that Tallinn…

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10 Things to See and Do in Tallinn

Tallinn seems to be one of those places that you either here people rave about, or you’ve never heard of it at all.  It’s the capital of Estonia and has more recently started to get…

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