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London Food Tours: How To Enjoy a City You Don't Love

As a traveller, we’re often pressured into loving absolutely everything about travel. Personally, I never want to come across as ungrateful or spoiled so it’s easier to talk about the good than to admit the bad. While I believe that there’s always something to enjoy – be it the food, culture, people, or nature – I’m also not terribly successful at sugar coating things. It’s okay to not love everything. It’s okay to simply not vibe with a city. It’s okay to feel uncomfortable or feel like you do
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My Grandmother's Guide to Newfoundland - Go See Write

Ah, Grandma’s house. A place where kisses were mandatory, tea was properly steeped, and the freezer was always stocked with frozen treats. Since our TV at home only had one station if you balanced the bunny ears properly (I’m not complaining – I grew up outside!), my brother and I would stay in the adult room for the obligatory visiting time before asking for a Popsicle and scuttling away for the best kids shows the 90’s had to offer.
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Reasons To Visit Kutná Hora - Go See Write

If you’ve read any blog posts of mine lately, you know that I’ve spent quite a bit of time in Prague and absolutely love that city. I’m not used to staying in one place for too long so it was nice to be able to stay in Prague and still travel around to nearby places. One of the best things about winter in Europe is being able to travel places that would normally be swarmed with people and have them all to myself. Whether you’re going during the busy season or bundling up for a winter adventure,
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What To Do in 5 of the Most Romantic European Cities - Go See Write

To me, there’s nothing more romantic than taking off to one of my European bucket list destinations. Romance, in these cities, can be found in the most simple of ways. It can be found by turning corners and seeing where they take you, by wandering down cobble stoned streets in search for the best place to eat some local food, or by sitting in a bustling town square, closing your eyes, and listening to the excitement and joy swirl around you in different languages.
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5 Day Trips From Prague - Go See Write

Honestly, if you only have a short period of time in Prague, I would recommend staying in the city. There’s no need for day trips when there’s so much to enjoy within Prague. However, if you do decide to escape the city or if, like me, you get excited about going on train rides (I’m a total geek about it but… there are no trains where I live!), here are 5 great day trips to take from Prague.
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10 Facts About The Colosseum - Go See Write

If you’ve watched Spartacus, you might fancy yourself a bit of a gladiator guru and well educated on the Colosseum. As fantastic as the show is to watch (I’m a huge fan and currently re-watching), not everything you see is accurate and it’s important to remember that although it’s based on a real Thracian gladiator called Spartacus, there are certain elements that have been embellished for our viewing pleasure.
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Rome: There's an App For That - Go See Write

Exploring a new place as a tourist can be a lot of fun but avoiding tourist traps and finding your way around can be tough, especially if you don’t speak the same language. Simply going out to eat can prove to be a daunting task but I’m begging you to do your research before going into one of the super touristy “traditional” places. If the business feels the need to advertise, for example, that they serve traditional Italian food in a traditional Italian restaurant with Italian waiters speaking
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Prague Boats - Come for the view; Stay for the food.

You know that feeling when you book a hotel room for the night that comes with a “free” breakfast? You plan your night around getting to bed at a decent hour, set your alarm, wake up nice and early to ensure you have plenty of time to indulge in the spread of food. More often than not, you arrive to the breakfast area to find no name coffee, warm milk, corn flakes, and some pre-packaged croissants. Such disappointment.
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