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Our second to last stop on this first half of our itinerary was one of our favorite cities, Amsterdam. This post is a bit delayed because we’ve been enjoying the break from our break, but...

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My brother and I have been soccer players and fans our whole lives, but it wasn’t until college that we really took the time to dive into the world of international and professional soccer leagues....

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Going to the pub is a massive part of English football culture. Before the game, after the game, even during the game, if it is on television, are all good times for a pint for...

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2014 is right around the corner, and travel addicts everywhere are beginning to plan out where they are going to explore in the new year.  When Alissa and I were 9 to 5’ers in the...

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Paris is one of the world’s most unforgettable travel destinations, and a trip to France’s famous city is on the top of millions of bucket lists.  To really experience Paris, a minimum of five days...

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Attracted by some of the world’s finest museums, breathtaking monuments, and a wide array of superb restaurants, Paris welcomes over 28 million tourists every year. Fortunately for those Parisian visitors, the French capital is outfitted...

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The time we spent in Paris was one of the highlights of our travels.  The amount of things to do, places to see, cafes to patronize, and people to meet are endless.  So endless that...

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I have been a huge fan of city biking ever since I started bike commuting in one of the most bike-friendly cities in the US. Bike tours are my favorite way to see a new...

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After recently updating our itinerary to include three extra weeks in Amsterdam, Alissa and I are in full swing planning everything from when we’ll visited the recently renovated Rijksmuseum to deciding whether to book a hotel or a...

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Paris is one of my favorite cities to walk around in.  When we first arrived, we walked from the university to our hotel, about 8 blocks with our bags in a less-touristy neighborhood and it...

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