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European Travelling 101: Planes, Trains, and Buses... oh my!

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By: Megan Stephenson

Europe is a popular travel destination and there are a lot of options for getting around. Megan helps keep it simple and explains the pros and cons of European travel.

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Jen

From seattle, United States

Wandering on the journey of life. Wherever i might be... i am always here and it is always now. :) I hope to meet you, share a story and some laughter. /// What you've done becomes the judge of what you're going to do - especially in other people's minds.  When you're traveling, you are what you are right there and then.  People don't have your past to hold against you.  No yesterdays on the road.  ...

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Rachel

From Denver, United States

Ever since I was young I was always a big travel person. My family was always going places, even if it was just other states. In 2005 I went overseas really for the first time and ever since then I've been wanting to travel like crazy. Well, now, it's going to be realized. So I'm really excited about this trip!...

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nabeelu

From Calgary, Canada

I?m so lazy that oftentimes I don?t put forth the effort required to pronounce words, or even entire sentences, correctly. Sometimes this leads to problems of incomprehensibility. Nosayin??...

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markitus

From New York, United States

I am an international person who loves to travel, meet people, learn about different cultures and enjoy life. I like to read about other people travel experiences and views....

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Experienced By: lamundsen

After a week of yet again relaxing it was time to hit the road (or sea) again for a little last minute touring before heading home. Our first stop was the town of Kota Bahru which is located in the north eastern province of Kelantan, a centre of Malay culture and Islamic tradition. Here you still see women going about their daily business dressed in traditional costumes highly influenced by the local craft of batik printing. ... Read More »

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Deutschland

Experienced By: d_weisk

As we sadly left Toblach, we looked forward to the next phase of out trip. After a night in Innsbruck, Austria we were off to Germany for one final week. Starting in the very south of Bavaria we spent a night and day in Fussen, the location of the fairytale castle of Neuschweintstein. This was to be our last night in hotels and we had a nice place just outside of the village. We spent sometime exploring ... Read More »

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Mexico

Experienced By: lamundsen

We had barely touched down in Vancouver after our four month European trip before taking off again. This time to Mexico for a two week trip. The attraction was a rendezvous with a group of friends we call the "villa people". This was our third séjour in a villa, the first time being in Umbria, Italy and the second Corsica, France. The villa this time was situated near the center of a beautiful Spanish colonia... Read More »

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Amsterdam

Experienced By: lamundsen

We spent a couple of days in Die in the summer home so generously lent to us by our friends Etienne and Dominique Zahnd. Die is a lovely place in the Drôme valley of Provence surrounded by beautiful mountains. We took advantage of the wonderful fall weather and did a couple of hikes in the hills above town. Unfortunately by the time Etienne, Dominique and their two nephews arrived we were hit by a huge rainstorm. It cle... Read More »