Blog Entries tagged 'Europe'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'Europe'
- Taking the PlungeThere is a knot in the stomach, palms are sweaty, it is hard to concentrate and wonderment surrounds. That is the experience that surrounds the moment of no return, that moment when dreams become reality, when there can be no Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | Oct 16, 2013
- the beginningT minus 13 sleeps and it still doesn't feel real. This time in two weeks, I'll be in Bhutan, nursing it up and looking towards the next 12 or so months of backpacking through s-e asia, the Indian subcontinent Posted by isabellepurcell in isabelle vs the world | Oct 13, 2013
- The Planning StagesThe research for our trip has begun, as well as the first reservations on where to stay and how we are going to travel. We always begin with a bang and try to have our trips paid off before we Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | Sep 26, 2013
- Keeping It SimpleWhen it comes to booking accommodations there are a few factors we always like to consider when making our choices. To make it easier I utilize a couple of online tools, first off the industry standard, [[http://www.tripadvisor.com|Trip Advisor]], the oth Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | Sep 23, 2013
- Jumping the borderToday was our second day in Moscow and we headed out on another tour. This time we were visiting the Kremlin grounds and cathedrals and the Armoury Museum and Tsar treasures. We began with another trip on the Moscow Underground. Posted by Nicola_C in The Adventure Begins | Aug 7, 2013
- Prague, Ceska Republika 2013 Part One
So here is my latest entry for my Easter trip to Prague, solo for one week. I stayed at Prague Square Hostel which was very nice, clean and comfortable. Very centrally located, situated one min Posted by KayleighTwyman in Bitten By The Travel Bug | Jul 11, 2013
- Prague, Ceska Republika 2013 Part TwoDay 5: Wednesday 3rd April 2013:
So yesterday I left the hostel around 9:30am and headed for Namesti Republiky, via Celetna which seems a quite tacky tourist street which is a shame as it is the main street that connects the Posted by KayleighTwyman in Bitten By The Travel Bug | Jul 11, 2013
- BuongiornoWe arrived in Rome to rain but full of excitement! We made our way on the train & metro to our accommodation after taking a lift up and down about 6 times to find the correct floor, maybe should have Posted by Georgeandkat in Europe | Jul 7, 2013
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this is our blog... we'll start in Vancouver and make our way to Calgary for July 3rd when our flight leaves for London.
make sure to check our travel map, it shows all the places we'll be staying Posted by thewierenga5 in The Wierenga 5 | Jun 28, 2013
- Emily's Blog
Yesterday morning I woke up at 6:15 and began preparing for my last day at Hanze. After turning in my bike and lock I spent nearly 40 Posted by NSCC Intl in NSCC International | Jun 20, 2013
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- Megan's Blog
He Posted by NSCC Intl in NSCC International | Jun 19, 2013
- Doing Business in Europe
Over the past few days I had the privilege of joining five NSCC business students during their first week Posted by NSCC Intl in NSCC International | Jun 3, 2013
- Planning - all the ins and outs!Hi all, so it's now just over a week until I leave, hahaha I'm not counting down the days or anything (10 to be exact) and i thought I would take the time and outline exactly what I have booked Posted by Caralouise in Europe adventures 2013 | May 15, 2013
- Traveling with a 4-year-old versus a 2-year-oldOnce again, we find ourselves with the opportunity for a big family trip. This time my husband has a conference in Trent, Italy, and we are turning it into a family vacation. Nearly two years have gone by since our Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | May 8, 2013
- Edinburgh Day 2 - Rosslyn ChapelWe took the bus 15A at a stop not far from the Scott Monument on Princess St. We bought a Day Pass for £3.50 (the adult single bus fare for Roslyn is £1.50. We may as well buy the Day Posted by FrancisQ in RamBLer WithOUT BorDers | Apr 21, 2013
- European Food - FranceAndouillette sausage: A far cry from the delicately refined German wurst, this beast is a truly gross chunky sausage, where as soon as you look at it and see what you are eating, you become much less interested in ingesting Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 6, 2013
- European Food - Spain & SwitzerlandSpain:
Tapas: Whilst in Barcelona we tried several tapas dishes including Squid Ink rice, grilled salted peppers, potato croquettes, and jamon which is Spain's cured ham.
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- European Food - ItalyPizza: The gigantic thin crusted slices, light, crisp, & fresh from the oven, with some nice toppings. Seriously addictive.
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- European Food - AustriaGoulash: A homely meat stew (lamb or beef we assume), served with reconstituted bread dumplings.
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- European Food - Czech Republic & SlovakiaFood in Eastern Europe can easily be summed up in one word: Stodge. Perhaps that is unfair, but their cuisine is heavily centred around meat, cheese, potato, cabbage and the word fried. One thing is to be said for Eastern Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 2, 2013
- European Food - The Netherlands Part IIVlaamse frites: Crispy french fries typically served with creamy mayonnaise, the cone pictured has satay sauce.
Snert: We didn’t get a chance to try this soup, but I’m sure we can all agre Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Apr 30, 2013
- European Food - BelgiumDespite being in Belgium for only 90 minutes we did our best to sample as much of the food as possible.
Flemish Fries are apparently the national dish, I’m not sure if I believe that, twice cooked fries with a Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Apr 29, 2013
- Captivating Continental EuropeThe biggest and longest holiday we've done so far, spanning most of Continental Europe. It was most definitely an eye opener. We could barely keep up with all the wonders and sights to take in.
We started the trip in Posted by Wongderful in Ameizing Andventures | Apr 28, 2013
- Paris Day 3 - Palace of Versailles & the Great Tourist CrowdTaking a train to Château de Versailles from Paris could be tricky because there're a few alternatives. This is what our Fraser staff's suggested. We took a train from Esplanade de la Défense to La Défense metro station on the Posted by FrancisQ in RamBLer WithOUT BorDers | Mar 31, 2013