Category Archive for "Travel"

Slices of focaccia pizza from Golden Boy by @marinfoodie

A local’s guide to eating your way through San Francisco on a budget

San Francisco is a foodie’s playground, with everything from lowbrow to highbrow, greasy spoon to locally sourced, and artisanal everything. And even as this city’s reputation for being one of the priciest places to exist in the world continues to

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SF

A local’s guide to San Francisco

San Francisco, aka “The City by the Bay”, is small — about 49 square miles — but it packs an abundance of goodness into its limited space. Like most popular destinations, there are lots of tourist traps hotspots like Fisherman’s Wharf, the very windy Lombard Street, and

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The Royal Palace Madrid

Food and culture in Madrid

Planning a trip to Spain’s capital city? Keep reading for tips on where to go to get your budget-friendly dose of culture and food! Culture If you’re looking for free entry into some of the city’s most popular museums, the secret

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The colourful homes of Girona

5 Spanish cities to visit that aren’t Madrid or Barcelona

Madrid and Barcelona are both excellent cities with an abundance of things to see and do, and are must-visits for travellers to Spain. But what other beautiful towns and cities should you visit? We’ve put together a list of some of our favourite

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Copenhagen

A budget-friendly guide to Copenhagen

Why visitors Fall in Love with Wonderful Copenhagen “Don’t think you are better than or know more than others,” advises Aksel Sandemose, founder of the law of Jante. Danes stay true to the concept that everyone has the same rights,

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Brighton Pier

The best of Brighton

Leisure and pleasure are Brighton’s raisons d’être. Ever since the profligate Prince Regent swaggered down here in 1783 with his motley entourage, Brighton’s reputation as a good-time town has only continued to grow. Throughout its history, from the arrival of

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View from Kjeragbolten

Is this Norway’s most amazing place to take a picture?

So you have decided to go to Norway and are looking for the best place for a spectacular picture? If you’re not afraid of hights, we might have found it for you… Every summer, Norwegians and foreigners alike travel to

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Ferris wheel and bungee jumping at Scheveningen

History, bungee jumping, and giant tulips in The Hague

Did you know that while Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, it’s actually The Hague where you can find the Dutch parliament? Not only that, but the coastal city is the home to the International Court of Justice. Looking for

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Toronto

22 free things to do in Toronto

There are the givens: walk this and that street, visit this landmark and that monument, check out this urban hike and go see the view from that point. Toronto is fast becoming (or has become, I should say) a hip

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Vancouver Island

A guide to the best spots on Vancouver Island

Way, way on Canada’s West Coast there’s a bit of a tropical island. Okay, it’s not technically tropical, but it is technically a rainforest (just a temperate one), and this special coastal climate means the island gets mild weather year-round

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