Day 14. So, besides Anne Frank Huis, I’ll admit there wasn’t that much I was interested in doing in Amsterdam. I figured I’d just walk around with a map and get a feel of the city. First mistake.
Day 13. So, do you like cheese? If you got the She’s the Man reference, you’re a star. If not, I hope at least you like cheese, because this post isn’t about Channing Tatum, but about cheese.
Day 12. Another great place to bike in the Netherlands is the Hoge Veluwe National Park. Besides the fact that I was overdressed (AGAIN) this was one of my favorite stops.
Day 10. To avoid the expensive hostels and the masses of tourists in Amsterdam, I decided to stay in a city near the capital. Utrecht. If you’re planning to go to the Netherlands, I suggest you do the same. Utrecht is known for its university and students’ parties. It’s as beautiful a town as Amsterdam, and… Continue Reading →
Time to update my European bucket list because I’ve visited a couple of other countries in the last months! But man, oh man, Europe is HUGE. My total is still kind of low and it just makes me realize HOW BIG THE WORLD IS. So much more to see out there. Anyway, here’s my result:
So this morning I was playing around with interactive maps where you can enter the places you’ve visited, like an online scratch map. I wanted to see how much of Europe I had actually covered, because I felt like I’d done a pretty good part of it, and MY OH MY WAS I WRONG.
Day 17. I didn’t know what to expect of Poland, I just knew I wanted to go. Turns out it’s one of my favourite stops so far. If you like vodka, history, and are a little tight on your budget, go to Poland.
Day 8. For those who’ve read Rodenbach’s Bruges-la-Morte, you visualize a constantly gloomy, misty, and rainy city, like the European equivalent of Forks, Washington.