Hungary: Danube River Cruise (with Pictures)

I know, I know, I have been raving about the Danube cruise and there is a reason why Continue reading the blog below and see the pictures, all pictures were taken from the ferry itself. Danube River The Danube river is Europe’s second-longest river and flows through 10 countries. Full of history, the Danube was once a frontier of […]

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Germany: Day Trip to Nuremberg

Nuremberg is a medieval city located in Bavaria in Germany. Nuremberg is an ideal place for a day trip from Munich. The journey from Munich to Nuremberg is 2 hours long. Nuremberg is known for its medieval architecture like the Altstadt (Old Town), Kaiserburg Castle, the Hauptmarkt (central market-square), the Frauenkirche (Gothic church) and the […]

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Celebrating Canada 150!

I have been calling Canada home since 2009. In 2017 – Canada celebrated its 150th year of confederation. In order to ring in the celebrations, Parks Canada offered the “Discovery Pass” – allowing free entry to all Canadian parks. You guys know how much I love the mountains, especially Banff. This year I visited the […]

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Collaboration Post: Filled with gratitude

Today, I am sharing with you an article that was written for Passport Bites for their collaboration series – #filledwithgratitude Instagram is such a huge platform, I am genuinely happy to be able to connect to so many travel inspirations. And that’s how Sarah (Founder, Passport Bites) and I connected. Visit her page for more […]

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Germany: 15 Things to see in and around Marienplatz (Munich)

Our maiden trip to Europe started with Munich (in Germany). When you think of Munich, the name Marienplatz comes up. This post will highlight 15 things that you can see in and around Marienplatz (for free!) and on foot (with coffee for fuel). So lets get started ❤ 1.  Marienplatz: Marienplatz is the heart of the city […]

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Germany: Visit to Dachau (Concentration Camp) Memorial Site

Dachau  concentration camp is located about 20 kilometers from the city of Munich. This area was a medieval town and up until 1933 was a quiet suburb of Bavaria. A prison site was set up and opened in 1933 for keeping German and Austrian criminals. However, this site later grew to be one of the […]

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