Hey there :) I want to ask you or your followers about Lisbon. Things to do there, sights that must be seen etc.. I'll be there from 12-15 August. Oh and if there are some exhibitions or concerts taking place, please inform me! Thank you so much :) Ps. I really like your blog ;)
For Amsterdam i would sugest going to some flee markets and secondhand shops (the one at waterlooplein is great + the secondhand shops there are awesome too). If you really want to discover the city then you should just walk around aimlessly, its such a beautiful city and you will love something in every street. the thing that makes amsterdam so great is definitely the people so make sure to chat some up.
Hey! I have a question I hope one of your followers can help me with. So I'm a dual citizen of Canada and Ireland but I'm from Canada. I moved to Ireland about 6 months ago an now it's time to go home! I have both a Canadian passport and an Irish one. I came I Ireland on my Irish passport so do I have to go back to Canada using the same one? Or can I just use my Canadian one so customs is easier? Send me a message if you can help me please! Thank you:)
Oh and in there's a lot of good places for camping if you go to the Rockies so if you're in Alberta and like camping I highly recommend that. Sorry for all this Canada stuff I've just lived in Canada my whole life and I've been pretty much all over the country so I wanted to share some of my favourite places
Just something for anyone visiting Canada, wherever you are going I highly recommend checking out the provincial parks they are so beautiful and there's a lot of fun stuff you can do depending on the season :)
For Amsterdam: skip Van Gogh museum. Go to Febo. See Anne Frank's house, red light district, weekend markets, canals at night, Rijksmuseum. Try the cheese and beer. Message me if you want to hear more suggestions, and you have more than a few days there!
Hi! Two things.1. I looove your blog. Can you suggest more travel blogs that I can follow? and 2. I'm going to be spending some time in Italy in October. Rome, and probably Florence. I was wondering if anyone had some suggestions as to what I should see/where I should go? (would also love to see the Mediterranean - any specific places that are nice and not too far from Rome?)
Check The travel network (just click on that “icon in the corner of my blog) :)
p.s. I believe that any place in Italy is worth visiting :)
Never been to Frankfurt, however I definitely recommend going to a beer garden (biergarten). It's a great way to drink delicious German beer and meet interesting people. The food is good too! -viele grüss aus Berlin
if you have extra time its nice to rent a car and drive north thru pisa, florence. from there you can either go towards venice or go thru tuscany and liguria and spend a bit of time in Genoa in the italian riveria (i spent 2 yrs in riviera for work)
to heartache and pancakes asking about Rome. you do really need to be careful about what you have on you at the time. passports, camera, cash etc. dont buy stuff off street sellers because they arent good quality and theyll break.
to the person who asked about Eastern Europe: I've been to Prague, Czech Republic and Budapest, Hungary and both were amazing places!! Budapest was dirt cheap, although Prague wasn't incredibly expensive either. Budapest was my favorite. It's definitely not fully recovered from Communism yet, so you get a kind of dystopian vibe from it (which I loved) but it's still very historical and beautiful. I would highly recommend both cities!! hope this helps :)