How to Do Catalonia Like a Local
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How to Do Catalonia Like a Local

If you’ve like many people, you’ve probably only ever heard of Catalonia in the context of Barcelona. It’s a semi-autonomous state of Spain with its own language and customs. And while Natalie and I have both gone to Barcelona (read our recaps here and here), there is so much more to the region! In addition … Continue reading

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Tarragona, Spain in 24 Hours – Churros, Beaches, and Vermouth
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Tarragona, Spain in 24 Hours – Churros, Beaches, and Vermouth

Just an hour south of Catalonia’s capital, Tarragona is a quick day trip from the tourist-packed streets of Barcelona. For the first time, my work sent me somewhere effortlessly cool and full of history, so naturally I loved spending a week in Tarragona wandering La Rambla, eating dinner far too late, and convincing my coworkers to be tourists with me. … Continue reading

How to Plan a Trip in 2 Hours or Less 
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How to Plan a Trip in 2 Hours or Less 

*Complete title of this post should really be: How to Plan a Trip in 2 Hours or Less While using Free Wifi in the Airport an Hour Before Your Flight Takes off Before your Final Destination I’m not a procrastinator, but since I travel so much (no, really I spend 90% of my days on … Continue reading

How to Travel Alone (Without Investing in a Selfie Stick)
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How to Travel Alone (Without Investing in a Selfie Stick)

I’m a big traveler. Traveling is in my blood. Not only am I the fourth generation in my family to have visited all the states in the US, but my (many) passports have been stamped by countries across South America, Europe, Australia and more. Generally, I travel with my family or friends but as of … Continue reading