Copenhagen: Best Views & Things to Do

Copenhagen was hands-down my favorite trip in 2017. I went early December, just as the city was getting into the holiday spirit and Christmas markets took over every square. Even though it was borderline unbearably cold and expensive, it was also incredibly beautiful with a really diverse gastronomic scene.

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Postcards from Cartagena

Cartagena was a city I was dying to visit after seeing it's colorful doorways and picturesque streets flood my Instagram feed. After spending a few days in Bogotá, my sister and I flew off for this tropical destination. We were more than ready to escape Bogotá's chilly and rainy weather for some sunshine and warmer temperatures. Plus, being the beach bums that we are, we were just excited to be close to a body of water again - especially when it's the Caribbean sea!

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12 Things Every Solo Traveler Should Do On A Trip

If you don't already know, I'm a huge advocate for solo traveling. Taking the leap to embark on my first solo trip to Madrid was one of the best decisions I ever made, and it opened up a whole new world to me. It's a completely different experience compared to when you travel with your family or a group of friends.

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7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Bologna

If I had to a pick a favorite Italian city, second to Florence, it would definitely be Bologna. As the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region, Bologna is often overlooked for its more touristy counterparts. But this city actually has so much to offer with half the amount of tourists! Also, why would you not want to visit a city nicknamed La Grassa ("the fat one")?

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I Went to Rome (twice) and Didn't Like It

Ah Rome...the Eternal City of ancient ruins, rich history, and an overwhelming amount of tourists. Ever since I watched Audrey Hepburn's romantic adventure in Roman Holiday, I've dreamed of my own wild escapade. Eating gelato on the Spanish steps, riding a scooter through a piazza...you know, just you're average Italian fantasies.

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Postcards from Burano

About an hour away from Venice, Burano is a little fishing village that's probably the most colorful place on earth. It's claimed to be the happiest island in Italy, and maybe even the happiest town in the world! But I wouldn't doubt it because once you set foot on this island, it's impossible to not feel a rush of happiness and be awestruck by your surroundings.

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