Blog Entries tagged 'europe'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'europe'
- 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
- Unsafe Snacks 4: The return of type 2 diabetesThe Netherlands:
Febo: an Amsterdam-age institution, famous for selling dodgy (albeit cheap) fried fast food from vending machines, including several croquettes. Worth trying, just make sure the food is nice and hot, food poisoning can and does Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | 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 sausage, this beast is a truly gross chunky sausage, where as soon as you look at it and see what you are ingesting, you become much less interested in ingesting Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | May 6, 2013
- European Food - Spain & SwitzerlandSpain:
Whilst in Barcelona we tried several tapas dishes including Squid Ink rice, grilled salted peppers, potato croquettes, and jamon which is Spains' 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 (indeterminable) 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 NetherlandsVlaamse 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 - BelgiumBelgium:
Despite 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
- 26 day Ultimate Europe tourThe 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 the 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
- Paris Day 1 - La Defense, La Grande Arche, Eiffel TowerI must be not only a weary bone traveller, but a truly jaded one. Not only I didn't get excited when Etta said we're going to Paris, I'm actually feeling it's bit of a drag. "Not again!" was my immediate Posted by FrancisQ in RamBLer WithOUT BorDers | Mar 29, 2013
- Bill's European Adventure, 2001. Part 5: Verona and Venice
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Bought cheap fruit and bread on our way out of the hoste Posted by BillLehane in Silly Billy | Mar 17, 2013
- Ever Evolving Travel PansWell, how life changes in an instant.
So we had lots of plans, lots of trips in the various stages of planning, but alas all has changed.
I worked out of town until just recently so that made any kind of travel Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Feb 26, 2013
- Europe 2011[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/564012/IMG00070-20110627-1737.jpg thumb=http://photos.traveller Posted by Branny2468 in Travel Fondness | Feb 16, 2013
- Europe 2011Only a short trip for Europe in 2011, around 10 days in total by the time we got home and had left home. It was more of a lads holiday, since we had done the whole 18-30 holiday thing in Posted by Branny2468 in Travel Fondness | Feb 16, 2013
- 'Sup Ukraine?In my life long quest for global domination, ok, I'll settle for global participation, I have now trekked to Eastern Europe. Its kind of sad that I only get to travel a few weeks a year, but having a Posted by AshleyC in Where in the world is Ashley Churchill? | Aug 8, 2012
- Travelling from UK From February onwards I would like to go travelling, preferably Europe/Thailand. I currently live in the UK (18) and would like to meet with a travel buddy to travel with as I've never done anything like this before. I currently Posted by summerhill18 in Travelling from UK | Jan 19, 2013
- MunichOur second last stop and the last city in mainland Europe we visited this Christmas break was Munich. I’ve really been wanting to see it, being so close in Freiburg, and this was perfect chance since it’s about half way Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Jan 6, 2013
- PragueThis was another great city. We spent a week here over New Year’s; I can’t imagine a better place to have celebrated New Year’s Eve. It’s a really beautiful city and very European. Lots of character, old buildings, and history. Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Jan 2, 2013
- Christmas in ViennaAfter Bratislava we took the one our train ride to Vienna. It was a beautiful place to be at Christmas time, and a gorgeous city overall. It’s famous for its music and performing arts, so we took advantage of that Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Dec 26, 2012
- BratislavaWe stopped over for a couple of days here on our way to Vienna. It’s definitely a convenient location, but doesn’t get as much attention as some other cities in the area. I guess it’s pretty hard to compete with Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Dec 21, 2012
- BudapestThis has turned out to be a really amazing city. We got here in the evening on December 16 and are already leaving. As always I wish we had a month here, but I feel like we definitely should have Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Dec 19, 2012